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Fulham player ratings v Leicester: Lookman stars as Parker’s men shine

And here Simon Collings assesses how the players got on…

Looked solid all night and is growing into his position as Fulham’s No1. Could do nothing to keep out Harvey Barnes’ goal.

Part of an excellent Fulham defence, who look a million miles from the team that started the season. Will make Kenny Tete fight to get his place back.

Captain for the night and this was a performance befitting of any skipper. Won nearly every 50/50 and marshalled the defence superbly.

Forming a good partnership and understanding with Andersen as every game goes by. Another performance that should fill Fulham with confidence.

He is keeping Joe Bryan out of the side and this showed why. Proving as each week goes by that he can cut it in the Premier League.

Was everywhere in midfield. Covered so much ground and seemed to snuffle out Leicester attacks time and time again. 

Was superb in the heart of midfield and ran the show. Looks a brilliant player, blessed with pace and power. Set up Lookman for the first goal too.

Had a unique task as in attack he was a right winger, but without the ball he became a full-back. Did both jobs well. Won the penalty for Fulham.

Didn’t have many chances to showcase his attacking talent, but defensively he worked hard. Showed he is up for the relegation fight.

Quickly becoming one of Fulham’s best players. He was a threat for the whole game and took his goal very well. Has moved on from that West Ham penalty miss.

Given the task of leading the line and did it very well. Pressed all night and put a huge shift in. Fired his penalty into the top corner too.

Mario Lemina (Loftus-Cheek 77’) 6

Came on to help Fulham see the game out and did his job solidly.

Aleksandar Mitrovic (Cavaleiro 87’) N/A

On as a late substitute and had little time to make any impact on the game.

Came on and helped Fulham see out the game.

Joe Bryan (Lookman 90’) N/A

On for the final minutes of this big win for Fulham.

Subs not used:  Cairney, Rodak, Ream and Kamara


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