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The Clarets went 2-0 up in the opening ten minutes through Johann Gudmundsson and Jay Rodriguez but it was full-back Lowton who scored the pick of the goals early in the second half.
The former Aston Villa man won the ball back on the halfway line and breezed past two Palace defenders. He continued his run after feeding Rodriguez, who returned the ball back to him with a gorgeous dinked pass.
Lowton then struck the sweetest of first-time volleys past Vicente Guaita to cap off a stunning passage of play.
Incredibly, Burnley have scored the same amount of goals in one game as they managed in their last ten league away games combined.
Prior to his strike today, Lowton's last goal in the Premier League was an absolute worldie strike for Aston Villa against Stoke in April 2013.