View the best images as Manchester City were forced to settle for a draw after Crystal Palace scored a last-minute penalty in a 2-2 draw at the Etihad.

Roy Hodgson’s Palace team set their intentions early as they sat in deep and compacted, allowing City all of possession.

Despite some early chances going wide of the mark, it was not long until Pep Guardiola’s men found the back of the net.

Ruben Dias played it centrally to Phil Foden, who slipped the ball through to Jack Grealish and he curled the ball low, first time past Dean Henderson and into the bottom corner.

The Eagles had their best chances on the counter attack, and a late first-half free kick from Michael Olise went just over the bar.

Moments after we were denied a second for a Rodri offside, our academy star Rico Lewis popped up with a second.

Grealish drove inside and his attempted pass deflected up into the air, the ball bounced kindly in front of Lewis who was there to slot the ball away.

This was Lewis’ first Premier League goal.

Palace started to make their counter attacks count and managed to squeeze a goal back when Jeffery Schlupp played the ball across to Jean-Philippe Mateta, who tapped into an empty net.

Into the dying embers of the game, Palace were to be awarded a penalty after Foden fowled Mateta in injury time. Olise stepped up and converted to give Palace a point late on at the Etihad

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