Save after Save after Save. A fantastic stop by the Frenchman to keep Fulham in a game they could easily have lost. 9.
A player where you can see the effort in every pore. Relentless in his attack before his substitution. 7th
Linked to a long range shot but had some messy moments in possession. 6th
Decisive block after Aina let in Leandro Trossard in the early stages of the game. It turned out that he could keep up, both physically and by his ability to read the game. 8th.
Far from his best night in a Fulham shirt with some sloppy passes and clearances. Comes back strong when Fulham were under pressure for the last 10 minutes. 5.
Bobby De Cordova-Reid
The first time the eclectic staff feels uncomfortable, you might slip in on the left. Didn’t play bad overall, but lacked the fluency he would normally be on this grand piano. 6th
Solid display but just a touch of its recent very high standards. Maybe he saw how well he got through the cottager battles when he was off the field. 6th
Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa
He showed his ability to drive through Brighton midfield and had a very good first half. His influence on the ball waned in the second period. 6th
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Adam Webster was well placed to pave the way for Ivan Cavaleiro for a good chance and led the stats for most of the duels and tackles in the first half. Diligent in his defensive endeavors but would again hope to see more impact on the game when in possession. Lewis Dunk cleared his shot from the line in added time. 6th
Fulham tried often enough to take advantage of the winger’s qualities. Showed his threat and ability to deliver a ball in Aleksandar Mitrovic’s direction. 6th
Chances again and some good runs but failed to challenge Robert Sanchez. 6th
Mario Lemina : Poor performance after replacing Tete. 5
Joe Bryan : Looked more comfortable on the left, but with limited effect. 5.
Aleksandar Mitrovic : Helped connect Fulham’s striker game during his cameo. Not much in the way of an opportunity, but maybe Scott gave Parker something to think about. 6th
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