For Palace, Christian Benteke made his first start since August while Jeffrey Schlupp's hip injury meant Jairo Riedewald came in at left-back and Scott Dann also came in.
Jurgen Klopp's side will travel to the Wanda Metropolitano, where Liverpool lifted the trophy in June, for the first leg of their tie against three-time runners-up Atletico.
Indeed, 41% of the top 200 apps in Indian editions of Google's Play Store and Apple's App Store in Q2 and Q3 this year were developed by Indian developers and local firms, up from 38% last year, the report said. Data from App Annie, another research firm, corroborates the claim.
Depay has scored eight times in his last eight matches in all competitions for Lyon, including the goal that took them to the last 16 of the Champions League midweek.
"It's such an incredible opportunity missed," said the Swiss veteran, now 38 and who must fear his days as the all-time leader on the list are numbered.
"I don't deny that a good player has his commercial value, but if he can't meet the requirements on the field, he has no value," Dong said.
Serie A Managing Director Luigi de Servio had earlier presented an anti-racism plan which included the signing of a charter by a player representing each of the 20 Serie A clubs.
They were married in a lavish, star-studded ceremony at St. George's Chapel in Windsor in May 2018.
The history books have it more often than not that if a team is top when the turkey dinners are handed out, then they will celebrate again with the title come the end of the season. Not always.
To add another level of intrigue, Frank Lampard, one of Mourinho's loyal lieutenants during his two spells in charge, will be the man trying to outfox him, knowing defeat would see Spurs leapfrog his side into the top four.
Backing up that assertion, in 2006 Ferguson praised Dong's "speed and physicality." The next year came his first taste of Premier League and Champions League football.
While Tottenham have been buoyant and Mourinho has been all smiles, Lampard is wearing a frown after his young Chelsea team have hit the buffers.
"The task is going to be difficult because we have an opponent that are the reigning champions," said Atletico director Clemente Villaverde.