Matchwinner Mario Lemina was delighted with Fulham’s win at Liverpool – and insists that the Whites ‘will fight to the end’ as they battle against the Premier League drop.

The on-loan Southampton midfielder’s first goal for the club secured a famous victory at Anfield and extended Fulham’s unbeaten run away from home to eight matches. The Gabon internnational was delighted with his side’s showing, which saw Scott Parker’s side dominate the first half against the defending champions.

Lemina told Fulham’s official website:

“We are going to fight until the end because we know where we are and we want to get out of the bottom three. From the beginning we have been together, and we will stay together until the end. Honestly, we are so happy. “We were like we must concentrate because it’s gonna be a tough game.

“We did well in the first half and we scored a goal after which we didn’t concede a goal. We could have it two, but I am very happy for the team for getting the three points. In my last game I missed a big chance and I was like I must score in this one and I was really focused on my shooting and when the ball went in, its good for the team.

“Of course, I know that Liverpool are not in their best form, we took our chance and we won. It was like the first leg at Cottage. Honestly, we knew what we had to do, we knew they were going to put pressure on us, and we defended so well.”