Sport Dimitar Berbatov (left) has joined Monaco until the end of the season

Bulgarian striker is out of contract at Craven Cottage at the end of the season

Dimitar Berbatov strokes home to give Fulham the lead

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Andre Villas-Boas targets games against closest rivals as Tottenham aim to qualify for Champions League

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Fulham striker scores only goal of the game as Spurs' top four ambitions are dealt blow

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Moussa Dembélé puts Inter defeat to one side ahead of Fulham clash

Few teams dislike a derby as much as Fulham, whose record against their closest neighbours, Chelsea, is nine wins in 77 games; against Arsenal, eight in 52; and against today's opponents Tottenham, 12 in 78.

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Sunderland 2 Fulham 2 match report: Simon Mignolet makes Dimitar Berbatov pay penalty

Twenty minutes of this game remained when Dimitar Berbatov steadied himself for victory. Fulham led 2-1, Berbatov was 10 yards from the Sunderland goal as a return pass from Bryan Ruiz came into his path.

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