Wilfried Zaha likes playing at Arsenal and Man City stadiums, reveals his favourite player, and Crystal Palace fans will love his choice of favourite

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Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha has opened up on his favourite goal for the club and his preferred Premier League stadiums to play at. Zaha revealed all during an impromptu Twitter Q&A where fans fired questions at him and Eagles fans will be pleased with his responses. GettyWilfried Zaha’s diving header against Brighton in 2013 helped sent Palace to Wembley[/caption] GettyThe Ivorian has fond memories of his quickfire double that sank Brighton in the 2013 Championship Play-offs[/caption] Zaha rated his favourite goal as his diving header for Palace against bitter rivals Brighton in the 2013 Championship Play-Off semi-final second leg. The first leg ended goalless at Selhurst Park but two-goals from Zaha in the last twenty minutes sent the Eagles to Wembley where they overcame Watford to secure promotion to the Premier League. When asked what his favourite Premier League away stadium was, unsurprisingly Zaha opted for Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium and Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium. Palace have won twice and drew one of their last five trips to the Etihad with Zaha on the scoresheet during their last win there – a 2-0 victory in 2021. Patrick Vieira’s side have an impressive record at the home of the Gunners with one win and three draws in their last five trips to north London. Zaha’s links with a move away from Selhurst Park have become a summer ritual in recent times, sparked by his transfer request in 2019. Zaha told fans he gets frustrated when he doesn’t win games as often as he’d likeRex Zaha made reference to his header against Brighton in 2013 as his favourite goal The Palace forward revealed he enjoys playing at the Etihad as well as the Emirates Stadium Most read in Football fee Man City hope to beat Man United, Chelsea and Liverpool to Bellingham in bargain deal PAINFUL Ronaldo bloodied but fights on - only to miss a chance and give away a penalty third wheel Murray wants to take McCoist out for 60th birthday - but Brazil isn't invited tribute Tony Adams' Arsenal-themed Strictly debut sees golden cannon and Granada dance past Keane booed and Berbatov scores beautiful goal, but Liverpool legends beat Man United LIVE Scotland 2-1 Ireland LIVE REACTION: Christie the difference for Tartan Army The Ivorian was unable to secure a move away from the club but has continued to perform at a high level for Palace. When asked by a fan if he was happy, Zaha replied: “I’m very happy with life and my football but I’m happier when I win and that’s all I want to do… I may not win as much as I would like to, which frustrates me at times because of how passionate I am about the game.” He also went on to reveal that Ronaldinho made him fall in love with football and during his time away from the pitch he enjoys playing table tennis, Call of Duty an family days out. Zaha admitted Brazilian star Ronaldinho made him fall in love with football Zaha is currently on international duty with the Ivory Coast and starred during their 2-1 friendly win over Togo on Saturday. A clash with Guinea awaits on Tuesday before returning to Palace for Saturday’s clash at home to Chelsea. Watch the World Cup with talkSPORT At talkSPORT we are powered by fans, so come and join us for the ultimate World Cup fan experience this winter – at the talkSPORT Fan Zone. In a huge indoor venue under the arches at Waterloo in London, we’ll bring you live screenings of every World Cup game. There will be Q&As with talkSPORT talent, you’ll be part of our live broadcasts, and there will be plenty of food and drink on offer too. Come and enjoy the best World Cup fan experience in London – and enjoy a pint on us – with tickets for England and Wales’ group stage games on sale now HERE! Most read in Football fee Man City hope to beat Man United, Chelsea and Liverpool to Bellingham in bargain deal PAINFUL Ronaldo bloodied but fights on - only to miss a chance and give away a penalty third wheel Murray wants to take McCoist out for 60th birthday - but Brazil isn't invited tribute Tony Adams' Arsenal-themed Strictly debut sees golden cannon and Granada dance past Keane booed and Berbatov scores beautiful goal, but Liverpool legends beat Man United LIVE Scotland 2-1 Ireland LIVE REACTION: Christie the difference for Tartan Army

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