Man of the moment Ryan Sessegnon helped fire promotion-chasing Fulham to a 3-0 Championship win over Millwall on Friday night.
The teenager, who recently became the first player from outside the top flight nominated for the PFA's young player of the year award and then scooped five honours at the EFL awards, scored his 15th goal of the season just after half-time after keeper Jordan Archer spilled Aleksandar Mitrovic's shot.
Kevin McDonald's long-range strike doubled the lead, with Archer again culpable, and on-loan Newcastle frontman Mitrovic rounded off the win late on.
It was a very professional display from Slavisa Jokanovic's side but the star man has to be Sessegnon.
His goal opened the game up nicely for Fulham and this was the decisive moment which led to their win.
MOMENT OF THE MATCH
The first-half saw both sides have opportunities but the breakthrough goal did not arrive until the just after the break courtsey of Sessegnon.
However, the best moment of the game has to be Kevin McDonald's spectacular strike from distance which gave Jordan Archer no chance and effectively sealed the win for the Cottagers.
WHAT THE FANS ARE SAYING
MILLWALL XI: Archer, Meredith (Cahill 77), Hutchinson, Williams, Gregory, Romeo (O'Brien 87), Wallace, Morison, Saville, Cooper, Marshall (Elliott 65)
Subs not used: Martin, Onyedinma, Tunnicliffe,Shackell
FULHAM XI: Bettinelli, Fredericks (Christie 90), Odoi, Ream, Targett, McDonald, Johansen, Cairney, Sessegnon, Piazon (Kalas 83), Mitrovic
Subs not used: Button, Norwood, Kebano, Fonte, Kamara
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