Here are five things we learned from Crystal Palace's 1-0 win over Aton Villa.

Milivojevic demands more from Zaha:

Captain Luka Milivojevic was seen arguing with Wilfried Zaha during the game as it appeared that the Serbian was frustrated that the winger was not tracking back to defend. Following their heated discussion Zaha followed his captain’s directions and dropped back more frequently but the frustration between the two players was clear.

Palace fans can expect more goals:

Roy Hodgson’s men came within inches of scoring on a number of occasions throughout the first half alone. First, James McArthur’s shot flew just over the crossbar from eight yards out, then an enticing ball was played across the face of the goal only for it to bobble past the outstretched leg of Jordan Ayew. Milivojevic also came close with a free-kick that ricocheted off of the far post. If Palace produce chances like that frequently throughout this season fans should not expect to be starved of goals. 

Cahill’s experience shines through:

Many fans questioned whether or not Gary Cahill was past his prime when he was released by Chelsea and signed by Palace but the former England international showed his maturity and experience throughout the match against his former side. Cahill not only proved the doubters wrong but he proved that he can be a pivotal player for Hodgson this season.

Ayew can take the weight of the team on his shoulders:

Jordan Ayew looked like he might have had his hands full as he put upfront alone against Mings and Bjorn Engels, but the striker thrived as Palace’s sole striker and encouraged his team to make piercing passes with his darting runs. Ayew’s impressive performance was topped off with a great goal which saw him run in behind the Villa defence before shrugging off two defenders and placing the ball in the far corner.

Mings thriving following England call up:

Tyrone Mings looked confident after being named in the England squad for the first time. The centre-back, who signed for Aston Villa permanently in the summer, controlled the defense well and looked calm when under pressure.