Solomon saves the fight with Luko

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Solomon saves the fight with Luko


Manor Solomons extended their hot streak as Fulham came from behind to salvage a 1-1 draw with Wolves on Friday. Premier League conflict.

Marco Silva’s side followed up with Pablo Sarabia’s first goal in five appearances for Wolves since his January move from Paris Saint Germain.

But Israel’s Solomon scored after half-time to extend Fulham’s unbeaten run in the league to four games.

Solomon made a quiet start after joining Fulham on loan from Shakhtar Donetsk last year, but the 23-year-old has scored three goals in his last three games.

Solomon is the first Israeli player to score in three consecutive Premier League games since Liverpool’s Ronny Rosenthal in 1992.

“It is not certain that he will start next time, he has not completed 90 minutes on his feet,” said Silva about Solomon.

“He’s very important but let’s hope he continues to do it.”

Awarded as a candidate at the beginning of the competition, sixth place Fulham it was one of the biggest surprises of the season and remains in contention to qualify for the Europa League.

“We have to prove our quality on the pitch. Yes I am proud of my players and our position on the table,” said Silva.

Wolves were bottom of the table at the World Cup break, but have moved themselves out of the relegation zone.

Julen Lopetegui’s 15th place is four points from the bottom three.

“We have the need to get more points to avoid relegation. It will be a difficult task but we have one more (point) today,” said Lopetegui.

After a terrible chance, Wolf It was the first serious opportunity for both teams in the 23rd minute.

Raul Jimenez directed a fierce header past Sarabia and the Spaniard controlled his left foot before using his right to finish a clinical shot into the far corner from eight yards.

Ruben Neves should have doubled Wolves’ lead when the Portuguese’s cross from Matheus Nunes went wide.

Andreas Pereira inches away from equalizing in spectacular style on the stroke of half-time as Jose Sa pounces on the Fulham midfielder’s 30-yard free-kick.

Jimenez nodded home Sarabia’s cross before Wolves forward Matheus Cunha headed home after lengthy treatment following a seemingly innocuous challenge. harm.

Solomon has been in fine form recently, coming off the bench to score the winner against Brighton at the weekend.

Reprising his senior role when he came on at half-time this time, Solomon equalized on 64 minutes with a superb header into the far corner from the edge of the box. part.

Chasing a win, Fulham’s penalty appeal was rejected following a VAR review when Joao Palhinha went down under clear pressure from Mario Lemina.

Wolves’ point was saved in stoppage time when he got down to his right to keep out Carlos Vinicius’ high header.


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