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Adarabioyo’s Own Goal Condemns Fulham To Home Defeat Vs Spurs; Iwobi In Action, Ajayi Benched As Everton Beat West Brom 

Adarabioyo’s Own Goal Condemns Fulham To Home Defeat Vs Spurs; Iwobi In Action, Ajayi Benched As Everton Beat West Brom 

A Tosin Adarabioyo own goal saw Tottenham hung on to claim a 1-0 win over Fulham at Craven Cottage on Thursday night.

Also in action for Fulham were Ola Aina, Ademola Lookman and Josh Maja.

Spurs scored in 19 minutes as Gareth Bale sent Dele Alli through, with the midfielder sending the ball to Heung-Min  Son before getting it back and flicking it towards goal.

The ball deflected off Adarabioyo and went in as an own goal to make it 1-0.

Fulham thought they had equalised in the 62nd minute. Davinson Sanchez’s clearance rebounded off Lemina and into the path of Maja, who produced a fine finish.

However, Maja’s first Craven Cottage goal was ruled out by VAR when it was found that the ball had struck Lemina’s arm.

Spurs are now in eight spot on 42 points while Fulham remain in the drop zone in 18th on 23 points.

And at the Hawthorns Everton edged relegation strugglers West Bromwich Albion 1-0.

Alex Iwobi was in Everton’s starting eleven before making way on 58 minutes while Semi Ajayi, who returned from suspension, was benched.

Richarlison’s 65th minute was the decider as the Toffees secured all three points and move up to fourth position on 46 points and West Brom are in 19th place in 17 points.

By James Agberebi 

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  • Chima E Samuels 5 months ago

    Welcome to England Euro2021. 

    • Footballfanatic 5 months ago

      It’s funny that these guy and some other always say they want to concentrate on club duties when Nigeria is after them but then forget thei relegation battle and dream about Euro 2021 wetin do the defenders for the top 7 teams lol.

  • Ako AMADI 5 months ago

    Having snubbed Nigeria, I hope Adarabioyo scores many own goals for England.

    • KangA 5 months ago

      Having snubbed Nigeria, Adarabioyo has been slotting in beautiful own goals against England. Much applauded exploits. Keep going! (My own version of your write-up).

  • Sam k 5 months ago

    Euro 2020..I laugh