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Fulham, by Marco Silva, applies the "seventh board" and is one point off the lead

Fulham, by Marco Silva, applies the “seventh board” and is one point off the lead

The Portuguese coach’s team finished a black streak in the secondary stage in England. Five of the seven goals came in the second half of the fencing in Reading

Fulham, coached by Portuguese Marco Silva, crushed this Tuesday 7-0 host Reading, in the 25th round of the second English Premier League (the tournament), breaking a five-game cycle without a win that cost him the leadership.

The defeat started from the 13th minute, when Welsh midfielder Harry Wilson opened the scoring for Fulham, whose superiority will be extended through Serbian striker Aleksandar Mitrovic, at 45 + 3, a result that will reach the first half.

In the second half, Harry Wilson scored two goals and scored the third goal in the 60th minute, and the score increased to 7-0 thanks to the goals of 68-year-old Dutch midfielder Kenny Titi from Congolese midfielder Neskens Kibanu at the age of 70., English Abdul Adarabioyo, 75, and Alexander Mitrovic, 89, He also scored twice.

With this victory, Marco Silva’s team broke a five-game cycle without a win (four draws and one defeat) and is now one point away from the lead, which they held for weeks in a row.

Bournemouth leads with 49 points (25 matches), followed by Fulham with 48 (24), Blackburn 46 (25) and West Bromwich fourth with 42 (25).

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