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Monday the 2nd of May was an incredibly special evening down by the Thames. Nobody could’ve dared to dream of that outcome, over 100 goals is a remarkable achievement so to obliterate that number is very impressive. A third 7-0 win is even more sublime and the most unbelievable accolade is that of Aleksander Mitrovic who couldn’t have timed his record breaking 43rd goal any better.  

Marek Rodak: It was a pretty quiet game for Marek and with Fulham having 72% of possession there was very little for him to do. However, what he did have to do was done well which was important after last weeks error between himself and Ream. 8 

Kenny Tete: Every player was flawless but for me there are four who stood out and have received 10/10’s from me. Tete was one of them. He’d been out the team for quite some time, behind Odoi and then Williams in the pecking order until a couple of weeks ago but what we saw last night was one of the best right performances of the season and arguably Tete’s best in a Fulham shirt. He was so solid at the back, nothing got past him and he was also an excellent outlet down the right whilst we attacked. His display was summed up by his goal, a fantastic left footed effort from outside the area after some lovely chest control to put us 2-0 up before the break. 10

Tosin Adarabioyo and Tim Ream: Much like Rodak, I can’t recall these two having to do much beyond the first 20 minutes or so, Fulham were dominant and our fullbacks were both excellent so very few balls found their way into Ream and Tosin. Possession and passing built from the back was superb and inevitably they were a huge part of that. 8

Antonee Robinson: The news broke in the week that he’s been playing with a bit of an injury recently and may require some surgery over summer but you’d never have known based on last night’s performance, it was good to have his marauding runs back and ability to quickly track back when needed – which wasn’t very often last night. 8

Harrison Reed: It’s sometimes hard for Reed to stand out in such dominant performances as he isn’t one to join the attack too often when playing at CDM so amongst the goals and fullback play, in a similar way to Ream and Tosin you’d be forgiven for not giving him the plaudits yesterday but he’s so key in that position, he swept up any loose balls in front of our back 4 and linked up well in all our possession play. 8

Tom Cairney: It was fitting that captain Tom Cairney was on hand to slam in our 100th goal of the season and what a goal it was as well. He slipped the ball to Wilson before latching onto the ball back to him and sending a guided rocket into the back of the net, the view from the Hammy End for this one felt very special. In addition to the goal Cairney was on top form, dictating the pace of the game and dominating the midfield. He even threw a couple of entertaining keepie uppies in there towards the end. 9

Fabio Carvalho: I sighed as I got to to Fabio  on this list. Following Tony Khan’s comments it seems as though yesterday will be his last game in a Fulham shirt at Craven Cottage which is absolutely gutting. He was phenomenal again, constantly on the lookout for forward options and spaces to progress into. The way he manages to turn in space to put us onto the attack is quite simply world class at his age. His finish wasn’t too shabby either as he picked up Wilson’s deft touch and side footed the ball past a helpless Ingram. He also supplied Decordova-Reid’s goal. 10

Harry Wilson: Three more assists brings him to a quite astonishing 19 for the campaign, a joint record in the Championship and he’ll be hoping to make it an even 20 at Bramall Lane on Saturday. It could very easily have been four today as he also slipped Mitrovic in for his blocked attempt which ultimately led to his first goal of the day. Wilson is always looking for a route to goal, either to shoot himself or provide for a team-mate and his continuous trickery, work rate and pace were outstanding all game long today. 10 

Aleksandar Mitrovic: I’m lost for words. Just when you start to wonder if the goals are drying up for him he pops up with two goals to smash the record in front of the Fulham faithful. His record equalling goal came from a touch of fortune as his blocked effort landed at his feet where he found himself one on one with Ingram. Then when it seemed impossibly late in the game he popped up with a record breaking finish in the 92nd minute to make it 7-0 in front of an electric Hammersmith End. A goal which will forever be written in history as one of the great Fulham moments. It was a delightful finish too as Wilson slipped him in on goal he calmly hit the ball low and across the goal into the bottom corner. On top of that his all round game was superb, he dropped very deep at times and linked the play up showing how much he’s improved under Silva’s coaching. 10

Bobby Decordova-Reid: A player who grew into the game and played some excellent football as the game progressed. As did much of team, he looked a little cautious early on, going for slightly safer options but once we had a grip on the game he wasn’t afraid to take players on and look to create opportunities. Given his minutes he’s put up some impressive numbers this season with 8 goals and 7 assists and last night’s goal was one of the best, the first time control and turn to take him between the two Luton centre backs and through on goal followed by the confident and powerful finish into the left hand corner was a joy to watch. 9


Jean-Michael Seri – I’m pretty sure the whole stadium (bar the Luton fans) had the exact same thought when Seri came on: “Wouldn’t it be great if he scored?” and after securing his second goal in a Fulham shirt I think we can now safely say that Seri only scores bangers.  He picked up where Reed left off, with a commanding display but the highlight was his goal, the ball fell to him around 5 yards outside the box and he brought it down and directed it perfectly into the bottom left. 9

Neeskens Kebano and Rodrigo Muniz: Token 7’s for these two, they both came on at 6-0 up so it wasn’t easy for them to come in and make their stamp on a game which was well and truly won. They both did well but with only ten minutes remaining weren’t heavily involved at any stage. 7 

Denis Odoi: No explanation needed. 10