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Lookman Targets More Goals For Fulham After Scoring In Draw Vs Sheffield

Lookman Targets More Goals For Fulham After Scoring In Draw Vs Sheffield

Ademola Lookman is determined to score on a regular basis for Fulham after hitting the back of the net in the side’s 1-1 draw at Sheffield United on Sunday, reports Completesports.com.

Lookman put the visitors ahead with a sublime strike past goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale 13 minutes from time.

The winger twisted and turned past his markers before firing home a beauty into the roof of the net.

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The goal was his first in the Premier League since January 2017 when he made a goalscoring debut for Everton against Manchester City.

“Keep pushing 💪🏽⚽️ @FulhamFC,” Lookman wrote on his Twitter handle.

The 22-year-old joined Fulham on loan from Bundesliga club RB Leipzig this summer.

Fulham will host Crystal Palace in their next league match this weekend.

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  • The sad truth is that if people (Rohr die hard fans) keep making the Coach feel that he is doing right by inviting the likes of Ahmed Musa continuously who have proved and shown what they can do. Players with serious potential like Ademola Lookman and Chidera Ejuke will be overlooked. I hope you can see why We get upset with the continuous inviting of Dead weight to the team when we are blessed with a lot more younger, exciting and Most importantly deserving players

     
  • So please Rohr faithfuls keep making your beloved Rohr think he is doing right by overlooking all our talents for Ahmed Musa. We wey sabi ball no go hala again we go just siddon dey look. na wettin una want abi? okay oo. Like I always say, “una go hear word soon!!” if this madness continues

    P.s it will soon be time for Moses Simon and Samuel Kalu to also make way if their Poor performances continue

     
  • Nff and Mr. Rohr pls give us Lookman Ademola, and Micheal Olise. Victor Moses is also needed in the super eagles. Chuckwueze needs a big competition to wake up. V. Moses is a catalyst super eagles need to use and win big teams in Africa pls nff should wake up. No more delay.

     
    • Greenturf 2 months ago

      Nice write up @ Elico,Victor Moses was the X factor player for the super eagles I hope he could do a u turn and return to the super eagles because we miss him too much.His successor Chukwueze has done well against average and small opponents but struggled against big opponents incidentally that’s where Victor Moses thrives.

      Who knows we could have played in the final of the last Afcon had Victor Moses played in that tournament.His energy,panache endeared him to everyone who supported the super eagles because he won us many big games especially in Africa.At the moment our forward line are lacking in players of that character,though Osimhen is on the rise and hope he takes the baton.

      Sadly,when the chips are down they all chicken out and the likes of Algeria are having a field day over us.The attackers we have at the moment may disappoint us in the second round of the world cup playoffs.The signs are written all over the wall.

      Although Victor Moses left out of his own will and the gaffer said the door is open should he have a change of mind,but I still think they should have a word with him because it doesn’t look like he would do that willingly but a push could do the trick.

      Chukwueze is not that kind of quality player on the right flank to lead us to playoff success.He lacks the character.

      A word they say is enough for the wise.Also we should make hay while the sun shines!

       
      • JimmyBall 2 months ago

        … @Greenturf. Thanks for being stoic and apt with your submission. I will always back folks who see the truth and drive the hammer on it bigly. Welldone… for the clarity of thought and honesty. One or two flashy dribbles on the wings don’t do much for us anymore. If Victor Moses comes back it will be a huge win…

         
    • Ikeben 2 months ago

      Victor Moses has paid his dues and left voluntrily, more than 2 years ago. And we did not miss him immediately he retired, is it now that we even have more options that you are calling for Victor Moses. The same Victor Moses that the coach had to beg for over 3hrs for him to agree to play a wing back position, which became the secret of our victory over Iceland.

      Genet Rohr will never call such a player that is more interested in his personal glory than team glory. Samuel Kalu has long made us forget Victor Moses, even though he may underperform atimes, but we know that on his good day can do better than Victor Moses.

       
    • Ikeben 2 months ago

      Welldone my bros,
      I don’t know why people just keep calling Genet Rohr for everything, without even doing a little research to get the facts. Every true fan that really loves the Eagles takes time to find out the facts but others just go about blaming and blaming.

       
    • Dr. Drey 2 months ago

      Pls loud this your mic so that bingos will stop disturbing the peace of the neighborhood with their stark and shameful ignorance.

       
  • JimmyBall 2 months ago

    … @Greenturf. Thanks for being stoic and apt with your submission. I will always back folks who see the truth and drive the hammer on it bigly. Welldone… for the clarity of thought and honesty. One or two flashy dribbles on the wings don’t do much for us anymore. If Victor Moses comes back it will be a huge win…

     
    • JimmyBall 2 months ago

      … We are tired of one-legged players who have been given ample chances to improve themselves to enhance teamnplay but yet choose fanciful-but-zero-end-product Street football showings…