Bobby Zamora has been giving his reaction to Sunday’s draw with Manchester City to the offal.
The striker felt Fulham could have nicked the win, such was the shift in momentum during the second half.
It felt like a win [on Sunday]. Obviously we were pleased with the result because we’ve all seen what Manchester City are capable of so far this season.
We came back from two-nil down against a team that have set the Premier League alight this season, and if wasn’t for Joe Hart making some great saves, it could have been more. We could have nicked the win.
I think people had written us off to start with and they certainly would have at two-nil down. Against Manchester City it’s never going to be easy and the Manager pointed out a few things at half-time and we took those on board in the second half.
We’ve got a fighting spirit here and Craven Cottage has been a fortress for us over the last couple of years. We’re a well drilled team and we’ve always been hard to beat at the Cottage. The guys that came on also did a great job.
We showed our spirit again [against City] and got a good result. As I said, we were probably unlucky not to have taken more than a point in the end.
It wasn’t the greatest touch to be honest and I just wanted to hit the target. It’s always nice to score a goal and I was pleased to do it against such a good goalkeeper. I love getting the ball in, or around, the box. If I can’t shoot I’m always looking to set someone else up. I was pleased to get on the score sheet and help us get a point.
It’s a great point and it’s kick-started us to carry on. Against Blackburn, we had something like 46 crosses, which is unreal! To have 46 crosses in a game and only come away with a point was disappointing.