Fulham: player ratings
Thursday 13 May 2010
Made vital saves after Forlan's opener to keep Fulham in contention
Caught out for opening goal and was never entirely convincing 5
Displayed nerves early on but improved as the game progressed 6
Slow to track Forlan for opening goal and lost same man for the winner 6
Got forward well and sterling effort at the back. Couple of key interventions 6
Struggled to make any impact, hampered by lingering effects of knee injury 5
Unable to gain a foothold in midfield against speed of Simao and Reyes 6
Relieved to see Forlan hit the post early on after slack pass. Struggled 6
Fine movement for equaliser and most likely to get a second for Fulham 7
Lively and showed fine technique to set up goal. Spurned second-half chance 7
Surprising starter and always off the pace. Often unsure in possession 5
Dempsey (for Zamora, 55) 6; Nevland (for Duff, 84); Greening (for Murphy, 118).
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