Fulham scored three goals in a five-minute game at the City Ground as they came from behind to beat Nottingham Forest 3-2 and climb to sixth in the Premier League table.
Marco Silva’s side followed Taiwo Awoniyi’s early strike (11) as they entered the second half, but Tosin Adarabioyo’s mighty header from Willian’s corner (55) set off a comeback. wonderful.
Joao Palhinha gave Fulham the lead with a sublime finish, his first from outside the Forest area (58) and the visitors immediately widened the gap when Harrison Reed scored his first goal for the club from Bobby Decordova-Reid’s pass (60).
Forest pulled back the goal thanks to substitute Lewis O’Brien (77) but could not equalize at the final stages as they lost their fourth consecutive Premier League defeat, leaving them in the relegation zone, underwhelming. new opponents to rank seven points. .
Full match report to follow…
After the international break, Forest travels to Leicester City on Monday Night Football, with the game begin Sky Sports Premier League at 20:00 on 3/10.
Meanwhile, Fulham take on Newcastle United on Saturday, October 1 at 3pm.