Following Crystal Palace’s 2-0 victory at Doncaster people were left talking about one thing.

The game itself may not live long in the memory but fans, not just that of Palace or Doncaster, were left talking about one thing in particular.

Jeffrey Schlupp and Max Meyer strikes put the Eagles in to the hat for the quarter final draw in a tie that they never looked like losing.

Roy Hodgson’s men never got out of second gear at the Keepmoat Stadium as they showed their class against a game Donny side.

The Support

The travelling 3,000 Eagles were in fine voice for 90 minutes, something that was not lost on manager Hodgson.

"We owe an amazing debt to our fans,” he said.

“I don't know how they got there with the train problems, I thought we were playing at home for large periods of the game.

“We owe them a great debt of gratitude and we hope we can reward them by winning our quarter-final."

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Captain Luka Milivojevic also took time to pay tribute to the following support.

“I must say, a big thanks to the fans,” said the Serbian.

"Many of them came to give us support and we as players and as a club are so proud to have them behind us.

"If we can repeat something of what we did a few years ago and play in a final, that would be great, but let's go step by step.”

Best Fans in England?

Social media was a buzz talking up the electric atmosphere the relentless chanting and singing the visitors fired up.

So where do the Eagles’ support stand in regards to the best fans in England?

One other mention from the game was that of Jeffrey Schlupp.

In recent weeks the former Leicester man has settle din a role in the centre of the park, and he’s made it his own.

Often a figure that divides opinion it seems the man who opened the scoring on Sunday is winning over his critics.