Tomkins has a peek inside Guaita’s shorts in Palace win over Leicester

THIS is the strange moment James Tomkins gets an intimate gaze at Palace team-mate Vicente Guaita’s Crystal balls in the Premier League clash with Leicester City.

Guaita must be proud to have shown plenty of presence between the sticks this season as Roy Hodgson‘s men slowly ease away from the drop zone.

James Tomkins forgets the match-ball for a moment but is seeing double as Palace keeper Vicente Guaita shares a private matter
James Tomkins forgets the match-ball for a moment but is seeing double as Palace keeper Vicente Guaita shares a private matter

And the Eagles kept their pecker up at the King Power Stadium tonight – defying a strong start from the Foxes to land an uplifting 4-1 victory.

But at one stage Spaniard Guaita clearly had a little local difficulty, calling on centre-back Tomkins to check the problem out for him.

On-loan Michy Batshuayi trousered the Palace opener on 40 minutes, stabbing home a mis-hit shot from james McArthur.

Jonny Evans fired Leicester level midway through the second period.

James Tomkins gets in some peek practice during a break in the proceedings
James Tomkins gets in some peek practice during a break in the proceedings
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Spaniard Vicente Guaita was in more orthodox action for the rest of the afternoon as his Crystal Palace side recorded a fine 4-1 away win
Spaniard Vicente Guaita was in more orthodox action for the rest of the afternoon as his Crystal Palace side recorded a fine 4-1 away win at Leicester City
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But Wilfried Zaha bagged a clinical double either side of a Luka Milivojevic penalty to put the Eagles 13th, just a place behind the Foxes.

It leaves Claude Puel with six defeats and one draw in his last seven games as Leicester chief.

Much more of this and he too might be facing the sack.

Two-goal Wilfried Zaha celebrates as Palace move into mid-table with an uplifitng victory
Two-goal Wilfried Zaha rejoices as Palace move into mid-table with a great win
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