Fulham showcased their prolific scoring prowess yet again, securing a resounding 5-0 victory against West Ham United in a Premier League clash on Sunday.
This triumph marked Fulham’s second consecutive 5-0 win, replicating their impressive performance against Nottingham Forest on Wednesday. The team has now notched up at least three goals in four consecutive matches. Under the management of Marco Silva, Fulham’s remarkable form propelled them from 14th to 10th in the Premier League standings, accumulating a total of 21 points for the season.
The scoring spree commenced in the 22nd minute when Raul Jimenez netted a header from Joao Palhinha’s well-placed cross. Willian doubled the lead just before the half-hour mark, seizing an opportunity after Lukasz Fabianski saved Alex Iwobi’s initial shot.
Before halftime, Tosin Adarabioyo further widened Fulham’s lead with a commanding header from a corner kick.
Despite halftime efforts by West Ham manager David Moyes to shore up the defense through substitutions, Fulham’s dominance persisted. Harry Wilson contributed two goals in the second half, the first with a skillful curling effort from outside the box, and the second after breaking through West Ham’s defense, setting up Carlos Vinicius for an easy finish into the empty net.