By Joana Arries-Tagoe

Ghanaian winger – Jeffrey Schlupps has accepted that the better side won in their last Premier League game against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Friday at the Molineux.

Two goals from Rayan Ait-Nouri and Raul Jimenez was enough for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side to pick the three points and Schlupp admits that their opponents [Wolves] really made things difficult for them.

“We saw that they play with a lot of width and have dangerous wing-backs but we couldn’t really get close to them first-half,” the Ghanaian told Palace TV.

“We changed a few things [at half-time] and it worked out better second-half but it’s still not good enough; we made things too hard for ourselves from the way that we played in the first-half,” he added.

The Black Stars winger [Schlupp], however, was not satisfied with the sending off of Luka Milivojević.

“Everyone has seen it back and feel that it is a harsh decision. He got the whole ball but the referee has said something about the follow through,” he said.

“I don’t really know what else you want Luka to do in that situation. He can’t tackle someone and then pull your leg out the way or make your leg disappear.

“But there is nothing we can do now and we’ve got to move on and get ready for the Leeds game.”