There are plenty of Norwich players asking questions of the referee as the full-time whistle goes. Plenty to talk about - you can get all the reaction on our Premier League live page right here.
- Norwich XI: Ruddy, Whittaker, Martin, Bassong, Brady, Howson, Dorrans, Tettey, Johnson, Hoolahan; Grabban
- Crystal Palace XI: McCarthy, Ward, Dann, Delaney, Souare, Cabaye, McArthur, Puncheon, Mutch, Zaha, Murray
Game, set, match my friends. With Norwich looking to get forward, James McArthur releases Yohan Cabaye into acres of space down the middle and the Frenchman slips it past John Ruddy.
Norwich's Cameron Jerome can't control a ball to feet and then he trips over James McArthur.
Seb Bassong goes up for a ball in the Palace area and the big defender thinks he is barged over by Palace's Connor Wickham. No dice.
Four minutes of injury time to be added.
Norwich's Nathan Redmond is frustrated as he gives away a free-kick deep in Palace territory. But Alex McCarthy puts it straight out of play.
James McCarthur almost puts this one to bed, but John Ruddy makes a sharp save to his left. In fact it takes a tiny deflection on its way.
Robbie Brady gets the ball back from a Cameron Jerome lay-off, but the Norwich man swings his shot wide.
Norwich are probing and prodding, but nothing is happening.
Former Norwich striker on Final Score
The decision to disallow Cameron Jerome's effort for Norwich for a high boot does not go down well with the striker's union.....
"That's the worst decision you will see all season - on the opening day. If Palace had scored it I would have been saying the same. It was a wonderful finish. Was it the referee or the assistant? It's ridiculous. All he did was hook it over his shoulder."
Glenn Murray heading off for Palace, with Connor Wickham on. The former Ipswich youngster gets a round of boos from the home crowd.
Attacking change from Norwich, with Graham Dorrans off and Gary Hooper on.
Palace are backs to the wall. Scott Dann clears Steven Whittaker's volley off the line as Norwich look for the equaliser.
Palace look very happy to defend this lead now, and maybe snatch something on the counter. Yannick Bolasie almost creates something with a one-two with Jason Puncheon, but Norwich deal with it.
Hmmm. This is controversial. Norwich think they're level. The referee has other ideas.
Robbie Brady's free-kick is turned in by a hooked, overhead-kick style finish from Cameron Jerome. But Simon Hooper says it was a dangerous high boot, with Joel Ward trying to make a defensive header.
Norwich are furious.
Two substitutions for Palace. Goalscorer Wilfried Zaha is replaced by Yannick Bolasie. And Jordon Mutch goes off for Mile Jedinak.
How on earth has this gone in?
Nathan Redmond looks harmless when he collects the ball about 25 yards out. The Norwich winger hits a daisy cutter which seems innocuous, but it creeps into Alex McCarthy's right-hand post.
Canaries back in it.
Ex-Norwich striker on Final Score
"Norwich have learned a lesson today. They missed two big chances, especially one for Lewis Grabban, before Palace scored. Last time they were in the Premier League they didn't score enough goals and that would be a worry again this season."
Wilfried Zaha gets caught by Bradley Johnson, who then steps over the Palace winger. Zaha goes to react, but Damien Delaney is straight over to tell the youngster to settle down. Excellent leadership by Delaney there.
No sign of movement on the Palace bench yet, but they've got some genuine quality sat there. Connor Wickham, Mile Jedinak, Yannick Bolasie, Patrick Bamford... not bad really.
Speaking of Damien Delaney, he gets caught right on the toe by Norwich's Cameron Jerome while trying to clear the ball. The Irishman looks alright though.
Damien Delaney's only touch in the Norwich half today has been his goal.
Jason Puncheon is enjoying himself. The Palace forward is causing all sorts of bother for the Norwich full-backs and is again clipping in a cross, which Norwich deal with.
At the other end, Jonny Howson has a sniff with a half volley from the edge of the area but it's limp and off target.
Norwich, again building from the back, but it all peters out down the left flank.
Palace's Jordon Mutch gets a thorough clattering from Bradley Johnson, who wins the ball. Meaty stuff.
Norwich fans won't need reminding that Damien Delaney is a former Ipswich town man, so that adds a bit of salt to the wound.
Steven Whittaker cuts in and strikes one for the Canaries, but it's straight at Alex McCarthy.
Norwich make a double change with Lewis Grabban and Alex Tettey coming off. Cameron Jerome and Nathan Redmond come on.
Nearly an instant reply from Norwich, as Bradley Johnson stoops low to meet a header five yards out, but keeper Alex McCarthy is in the right place to save.
As far as goals from corners go, this is top notch.
Norwich fail to spot Pape Souare (23) roaming on the edge of the area - Jason Puncheon (42) does though and the Sengalese nods it to the far post where Damien Delaney (27) has a simple finish.
Palace start the second half. Can they keep their noses in front?
The sides are back out. Norwich boss Alex Neil looks angry. But then again he always looks angry.
Wilfried Zaha's goal was just one of three touches he had in the Norwich penalty area in that first half.
He deserved to celebrate this one. It was a lovely, tidy, athletic finish by Wilfried Zaha.
Crystal Palace will be very pleased. They've shown that bit of extra Premier League nous, absorbing a long period of Norwich pressure and then hitting a sucker punch.
Lewis Grabban poked wide a great chance for the Canaries early on. But it's Wilfried Zaha's lovely controlled volley that has the visitors in front.
Norwich win the first corner of the game, apparently. It's sent in by Robbie Brady, met by Bradley Johnson at the back post, and drifts wide.
And now Robbie Brady has a better effort for the hosts, curling into the arms of Alex McCarthy from 20 yards.
Alex Tettey has a go from long range for Norwich. It's wayward and slightly desperate.
Carrow Road is very quiet. Apart from a contingent in red and blue in one corner, who are making some noise.
Palace come close again, as Glenn Murray brings down a long ball and fires straight at John Ruddy.
Norwich have learned a valuable lesson in making the most of your possession when you've got it. They're caught napping and Palace are celebrating.
Jason Puncheon shows his skills by making space down the right. He clips the ball to the back post whereWilfried Zahamanages to shape his body to send a side-footed volley towards goal. John Ruddy gets something on it but only pushes it into the net.