Burnley v FFC JAN 12 2019

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Burnley 3 Fulham 1

Craven Cottage

Saturday, 12 January 2019 15:00

billp

That was probably some sort of record

It's not often that our team scores three goals, the opposition score none and we lose by two goals.

Shürlle scored a beauty right at the start, Burnley huffed and puffed and we broke and looked lively but, despite not having a single shot on target despite their seeming domination, Burnley closed out the half in the lead by two goals to our one. Thanks to too unfortunate deflections, one from Bryan on 20 minutes and the other which cannoned off Odoi's face three minutes later.

The second half was goalless although both sides came close and in an echo of many of the games in our glorious promotionseason we bossed the possession statistics so Tony Khan and his spreadsheet mates will no doubt celebrate that s some sort of vindication.

All in all another rotten day at the office!


Unlucky again But at least we scored

A great early goal but a couple of howlers later!

billp TOOFIF Updated Monday, 14 January 2019

Fulham's record since our first game in 1907

Reproduced from 11v11.com

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Match Information


Competition: Premier League

Date: Saturday 12 January 2019

Kick-off: 3:00pm

Venue: Turf Moor, Burnley

Attendance: 19,316

Referee: Martin Atkinson


Burnley

Line-up: Heaton; Bardsley, Tarkowski, Mee, Taylor; Hendrick, Westwood, Cork, McNeil; Wood (Vokes 87'), Barnes

Unused substitutes: Hart, Lowton, Gibson, Long, Defour, Vydra

Manager: Sean Dyche


Fulham

Line-up: Rico; Odoi, Le Marchand, Ream; Christie, Chambers, Seri, Bryan (Cairney 61'); Schürrle (Kebano 78'), Mitrovic, Ryan Sessegnon (Vietto 45')

Unused substitutes: Bettinelli, Steven Sessegnon, Cissé, Ayité

Manager: Claudio Ranieri