Oscar runs the rule over a series of superb performances after the Whites vanquished Leeds United at Craven Cottage yesterday to record a successive successive league victory.

Bernd Leno: The German international had an excellent game, underlining his importance to Fulham’s fortunes. There’s no doubt Leno is one of the steals of the season – given that he only cost £3m initially from Arsenal. He made several vital saves and Patrick Bamford’s goal, that deflected in off Joao Palhinha after a bit of penalty area pinball, wasn’t something he could have done anything about. 8

Kenny Tete: The Dutch defender has firmly established himself as Fulham’s first choice right back and this almost understated display showed exactly why. Tete was defensively very sound, sensible in possession, never caught out of position and very alert. It remains baffling that Ronald Koeman keeps overlooking him for his country – there isn’t a more reliable right back in the Premier League at the moment. 8

Tosin Adarabioyo: The battle to partner Tim Ream at the heart of the Fulham defence has been fairly even between Issa Diop and Tosin for much of this season. While I remain convinced that Diop is far better in a one on one situation, aerially Tosin is much more dominant. The former Manchester City defender’s positional and tactical awareness is akin to Ream’s – which is a big compliment. Tosin offered a defensive masterclass to mark his hundredth Fulham appearance to back up his excellent performances against West Ham and Everton. 8

Tim Ream: Ream’s redemption in a Fulham shirt is still one of the stories of the season. He is a perfect fit for Marco Silva’s system and is playing the best football of his career. He didn’t have too much to do against Leeds, but he dealt with everything that came his way and looked in control throughout the contest. 7

Antonee Robinson: The American full back marked his hundredth competitive Fulham appearance with an all-action display that saw him take the attack to Leeds regularly. His desire to drive forward created the first goal and Robinson was an ever willing outlet along the left flank. On this sort of form, he’s irresistible. 8

Joao Palhinha: Some may view my rating of Palhinha as harsh, but that is simply because of the high standards the man with the octopus legs has set this season. In my opinion, he is the best defensive midfielder in the division, but he was forced off the ball a couple times in the first half and made a couple of wayward passes. Palhinha improved after the break and looked much more solid, particularly when confronting Leeds attackers as they approached the danger zone. 6

Harrison Reed: The Ginger Iniesta might not have been as eye-catching as at Goodison Park last week, where he got the first goal, and he wasn’t as influential in a first half where Leeds were able to keep Fulham at bay effectively. He often found himself out on the right flank, but still covered so much ground for the team. 7

Harry Wilson: The Welsh winger now has two goals in two games and has offered a timely reminder of his quality to those who doubted whether he could do it in the top tier. Wilson took his goal beautifully in an instant dispatching a venomous volley from close range with outstanding technique after a mistake from Meslier and challenged the Leeds defence throughout a very positive afternoon. 8

Willian: There aren’t enough superlatives to describe just how good Willian is, at 34 he is bossing the premier league, he was one of our biggest creative outlets today and was unlucky not to score himself, it’s clear he cares about the club and how he performs deeply and even when he made mistakes he always tried to rectify them and is a perfect example of what Marco Silva has managed to do with this Fulham side. He has been a joy to watch and long may it continue! 8

Andreas Pereira: I feel for Pereira, he had played almost half a season in Brazil before joining Fulham so by the end of this season will have played the equivalent of a season and half without an extended period of rest. Its clear he is an excellent attacking midfielder and a dead ball specialist, while he did improve today, with a couple of nice dribbles and a lovely free kick that he was extremely unlucky not to score. I firmly believe he has a future at this club. 7

Bobby Decordova-Reid: Bobby did his job as a false nine, posing problems for a Leeds defence that was much changed after their hammering at the hands of Liverpool, and delivering another high energy display. I do feel like Dan James offers more as a false nine – and it will interesting to see whether he returns at Aston Villa on Tuesday. 7


Cairney (6), Solomon (6) and Kebano (6) didn’t see enough of the ball to be fairly judged, but I am happy to see Kebano finally being back on the pitch. Vinicius (6) did exceed my expectations, even if he didn’t impose himself on the Leeds defence. We are seeing signs of Lukic (7) adjusting to the Premier League as evidenced by the way he won a number of 50-50s and moved the ball intelligently. I do think he will become a regular starter eventually.