Oscar runs the rule over some excellent performances as Fulham snapped their losing streak by winning an eight goal thriller against Leicester City at Craven Cottage this afternoon …

Bernd Leno: Fulham fans have been running out of superlatives for the class and ice-cold composure he brings to the team. The German had a good game, including an excellent penalty save, something which we Fulham fans rarely see. Oddly enough, despite the fact he let in three goals, none of which were his fault, it was a pretty quiet game for him. 7

Kenny Tete: After Cedric’s showing at Liverpool in midweek, Tete underlined why he remains Marco Silva’s first choice at right back. He was brilliant defensively this afternoon, denying Leicester’s Harvey Barnes much room along the left wing for the first 70 minutes. Tete also made some excellent forward runs and bagging an assist along the way. 8

Tosin Adarabioyo: Overall Tosin was extremely solid, despite a couple mistakes he had a good game, keeping Maddison and Vardy quiet for most of the game. Overall he worked well with Diop, despite a couple errors from him, it was a decent game for Tosin. 7

Issa Diop: Diop’s tackling today was absolutely superb. However, when reading the game he can sometimes be caught out, and he made multiple unnecessary forward runs, all of which ended up in us losing possession. While he did make numerous good contributions today, there were errors in his game. 6

Antonee Robinson: A quiet game from the American left back, didn’t make any major mistakes, and contributed to Fulham’s forward strength. Overall an alright game from Robinson, but nothing to write home about. 7

Joao Palhinha: After a few tough games for the man with the octopus legs, Palhinha was back to his very best, even factoring in the concession of what was a very dubious penalty. The Portuguese midfielder was pivotal in breaking up any momentum Leicester City put together and dovetailed perfectly with Harrison Reid. 8

Harrison Reed: The Ginger Iniesta had a decent game today, his work rate even when he made mistakes was unmatched today. While i do think there were mistakes in his performance today, including numerous wayward passes, it wasn’t a disaster by any means. Reed also made numerous chances and made a goal with his great switch of play for Willian’s long-range strike in the second half. 7

Tom Cairney: The Fulham faithful sing that there ain’t nobody like Tom Cairney – and that was true this afternoon as Leicester couldn’t get near our classy playmaker. An excellent game from the skipper, he was bright, energetic and dribbled like a Brazilian. Scoring two good goals capped a fine display from him. 9

Harry Wilson: Every time he starts Wilson just looks better and better since he has come back from injury. Time and time again he managed to slip past his marker. The Welsh winger was key in nearly every attack we made and really showed why Silva should continue putting him in the starting eleven. He was unlucky not to get the goal his performance deserved. 8

Willian: People doubted Willian when he first came to play for Fulham. They said he was too old, not fit enough and past it. Well, today he showed otherwise – as he has for most of this stellar season. He was constantly a threat and played true Brazilian football, full of skills and creative play. Willian’s attacking threat was total and Fulham looked exceptionally dangerous whenever he was on the ball. 9

Carlos Vinicius: I know in the past I have been (extremely) critical of Vinicius. But these last few games he has proved me wrong. While he wasn’t perfect today he did what all good strikers do and made a massive nuisance of himself to Leicester’s defence. The Brazilian grabbed a goal and an assist on a very productive afternoon. 8


Shane Duffy (5), Neeskens Kebano (7), Manor Solomon (7), Bobby Decordova-Reid (6) all didnt see enough of the ball to have a true reflection on their ability. Sasa Lukic (7) looked solid today, making some good passes and looked fairly composed.