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Mark Schwarzer credited Fulham’s video analysts after claiming he knew exactly where Jonathan Walters was going to strike his penalty during the 1-0 win over Stoke City this afternoon.

The 40 year-old goalkeeper made a sharp save from Walters’ spot-kick, diving to his left to preserve Fulham’s advantage, after referee Lee Probert had penalised Ashkan Dejagah for handball in the second half of the lunchtime kick-off. It was the Australian’s second penalty save of the season after his injury-time stop from Mikel Arteta in November ensured Fulham came away with a point from the Emirates.

We looked at video footage before the game so I was confident I knew where he was going to go. I was lucky enough to get behind it.

Schwarzer was also delighted to keep a second consecutive clean sheet after Fulham’s goalless draw at Norwich a fortnight ago, telling Sky Sports after the game:

We looked at video footage before the game so I was confident I knew where he was going to go. I was lucky enough to get behind it.