But Roy Hodgson can look at that clinical brilliance and take hope. His side won't be anywhere near the foot of the table if they play like that. Both sides are done for a fortnight now - next up is the November international break. Until the next time then, thank you for joining us and have a good weekend!
Eagles fans will go to bed tonight knowing that, even at this early stage in the season, they have what could be a vital three points to cut the legs out from a relegation battle down the line. But Leeds supporters? Well, once they've finished putting their eyes back into their heads after that VAR call, they will have to muse on just where it went wrong today. That Eze free-kick was arguably unstoppable, and the Helder Costa own goal was something of a freaky fluke. But there's no denying that they should have probably done better with the other two, Illan Meslier in particular. The young keeper might have learned a valuable lesson today.
A deflected Jordan Ayew strike puts the finishing gloss on an emphatic Crystal Palace victory here, as they run out 4-1 winners over Leeds United at Selhurst Park. Roy Hodgson's side made the most of their chances, with clinical skill and discipline throughout - and while Marcelo Bielsa's visitors were nowhere near as poor as the scoreline suggests, they will still have to face up to the spectre of another four-goal defeat ahead of the international break. Full-time, it finishes Crystal Palace 4-1 Leeds United.