Bolasie keen to look forward

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Crystal Palace winger Yannick Bolasie says the side needs to move on after suffering a heart-breaking last minute defeat to Manchester City at Selhurst Park on Saturday.

The Eagles had fought admirably with the Premier League leaders and looked to have secured an extremely valuable point before 18-year-old Kelechi Iheanacho snatched the victory in stoppage time.

Bolasie urged his teammates to learn from the experience and use that to help them prevail in upcoming fixtures to continue their impressive start to the season.

"That's football for you – I think we have just got to learn from it," the former Bristol City player told the Advertiser.

"As the season goes on I think you're going to get these kinds of days, to be honest. We just have to move on.

"We matched City, there was nothing in the game and they got a lucky breakthrough.

"Obviously, we've done that to teams as well late on, so it happens to everyone.

"We just need to move on and look forward to the next game."