Midfielder Kieran Duesbury-Hall scored the first goal for Leicester City and

scored a stunning second as they overtook opponents Crystal Palace in ninth in 

the Premier League standings after a tense 2-1 win at King Power Stadium on Sunday.

The 23-year-old, a graduate of the Leicester academy, had two moments of quality within six minutes of the first half for 

the hosts despite a late bounce from Palace after a Wilfried Zaha goal proved enough to tear the teams apart.

Dewsbury-Hall picked up the ball in midfield and fired a pass for winger Ademola Lukman, 

who fired off palace keeper Vicente Guetta with 10 minutes left in the first half to score his first goal since February.

Palace defender Mark Guhy mismanaged the ball in his own half, allowing Leicester to find Dewsbury-Hall to Patton Duka. 

The midfielder scored his first Premier League goal before half time with a powerful shot from 18 yards.

"I've had this dream when I was a little boy," Dewsbury-Hall said. "It means a lot. Scoring in the Premier League is a dream come true."