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Juan Foyth's header in the second half - one week after conceding two penalties in Spurs' match against Wolves - redeemed the Argentine youngster and ensured Spurs would remain the top four of the table going into the worldwide break.
Juan Foyth celebrating a goal for Tottenham.
Trippier, who scored England's only goal in the World Cup semi-final, was forced off in the first half as Tottenham battled to a 1-0 at Selhurst Park.
Palace have struggled this season because they can not score goals consistently.
Palace have now failed to win in seven games in all competitions and were left rueing James Tomkins' failure to hit the target with a free header when it was goalless.
But Callum Paterson headed Cardiff's 28th-minute equaliser before the visitors had Dale Stephens sent off for a lunging foul on Greg Cunningham six minutes later.
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It stretches their winning streak over Palace to five games - each of which has been decided by a single goal.
Spurs came into the clash with some confidence after they defeated PSV Eindhoven in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday evening.
Brazilian midfielder Felipe Anderson scored a second-half equalizer to rescue a point for West Ham in a 1-1 draw at Huddersfield in the English Premier League on Saturday.
The Eagles still haven't won a Premier League game without Zaha since September 2016 and despite Palace boss Roy Hodgson insisting they could have won the game, the Ivorian's end product was missed.
Palace remain without a win and an open-play goal at home in the top flight this season, although could have grabbed a late point from the London derby when Alexander Sorloth shot straight at Hugo Lloris in stoppage time.
Action on the field seemed very much an afterthought at King Power Stadium as Leicester City honoured their late owner who was killed with four others in a helicopter crash two weeks ago.
A number of home games have been switched to Wembley, which was also Tottenham's temporary home last season.