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Michael Olise has given the bluntest post-match interview you'll ever witness, it's gone viral

Michael Olise has given the bluntest post-match interview you'll ever witness, it's gone viral

Olise scored the winner in Palace's 2-1 win over West Ham United.

Crystal Palace midfielder Michael Olise's blunt post-match interview after scoring in Sunday's 2-1 victory over West Ham United has gone viral.

Olise sealed all three points for the Eagles with virtually the last kick of the game. His effort took a massive deflection off Aaron Cresswell before flying into the top corner.

The 20-year-old, who joined Palace from Reading in 2021, was chosen to speak to Palace TV at full-time. It's safe to say he's a man of few words.

Most post-match interviews are cut and dry, with players trotting out the same answers. Not Olise.

The first question he was asked involved walking through the goal step by step. Usually, it's a way for forwards to praise their teammates for 'spotting' them with an incredible pass.

Olise simply said: "I think Wilf [Zaha] passed me the ball, I shot, I scored."

When asked how he felt when the ball went in, he replied: "It was a good feeling." Short and sweet. Things got even shorter.

The France U21 international then had to sum up if Palace deserved to win the game.

His response? "Yeah." Check out the full video below for yourself.

Fans on social media have reacted to the view, with one joking Olise attended the 'Erling Haaland School of Interviews'.

Someone put: "The best ‘it’s not that deep’ interview ever from Olise."

A second tweeted: "Could be one of the greatest post-match interviews I've ever seen."

While another added: "He won't win Sports Personality of the Year but I love him for this."

West Ham took the lead inside 20 minutes through Said Benrahma in his 100th game for the club.

Palace hit back through Wilfried Zaha just before the break after some lovely work from Eberechi Eze.

Olise celebrates his winner with Zaha. (Image

The Hammers were awarded a penalty in the second half after Michail Antonio went down under a challenge from Marc Guehi.

Referee Paul Tierney pointed to the spot but a VAR review revealed there was minimal contact made and reversed the decision.

Olise scored a dramatic winner minutes later to move Palace into the top half of the table.

West Ham, meanwhile, are 15th after a tough start to the campaign.

Featured Image Credit: Palace TV

Topics: Crystal Palace, West Ham United, Premier League