Friday 24 November 2017, 2:00pm at Motspur Park, Surrey
Fulham FC
Fulham
3
Adebayo 46'; Elstone 45'+8, 70'
Newcastle United
Newcastle United
0

46' Goal

Elijah Adebayo

45'+8 Goal

Michael Elstone

70' Goal

Michael Elstone

35' Yellow Card

Tyrese Francois Card was given for a foul

45'+6 Yellow Card

Elijah Adebayo Card was given for a foul

39' Substitution

Player was substituted for tactical reasons
On:Foday Nabay
Off:Aron Davies

78' Substitution

Player was substituted for tactical reasons
On:Cameron Thompson
Off:Tyrese Francois

46' Substitution

Player was substituted for tactical reasons
On:Luke Charman
Off:Tom Heardman

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Fulham beat Newcastle United 3-0 on Friday afternoon, Michael Elstone grabbing a brace.

Fulham beat Newcastle 3-0 at Motspur Park on Friday afternoon, Elijah Adebayo scored to increase his season tally, and provided two assists for Michael Elstone.

Elstone broke the deadlock in the eighth minute of injury-time in the first half, and it took less than a minute into the second half for Adebayo to stretch the lead. Elstone added the icing on the cake with 20 minutes to go.

Fulham came into this match in fine form and were looking for their fifth consecutive win in the Premier League 2.

Newcastle applied early pressure down the left hand side through Victor Fernandez, he attempted to curl shots in from outside the area.

Eight minutes in Adebayo received a through ball and flicked it past the defence to put himself in through on goal, but Freddie Woodman raced off his line to extinguish the attack.

Both teams were venturing forward, 20 minutes in the Whites were working their way through the Magpies’ defence, focusing down the right.

Aron Davies looked like he had put Jon Dagur Thorsteinsson through on goal over the top, but the linesman’s flag went up.

The Whites went the closes 21 minutes into the match, Thorsteinsson slipped Adebayo in, he cut it back for Elstone who shot for the bottom left forcing a good save from Woodman.

Newcastle then had a good spell in the game, Davies made an important block to keep the match level, before Rob Atkinson cleared a dangerous low cross from the 6-yard line.

In the eighth minute of added time, Fulham made the breakthrough. Thorsteinsson passed the ball out wide to Adebayo, he crossed into the box and Elstone poked the ball on goal and into the back of the net.

Straight after half time the Whites started where they left off. Thorsteinsson with a piercing through ball found Adebayo who raced through on goal and slotted the ball under the keeper to double the lead, and to take full control of the match.

Newcastle went close 62 minutes in, Atkinson was called into action to clear off the line.

Eight minutes later and the match was won. Adebayo raced down the right hand side, looked up and saw Elstone sprinting into the box.

He picked out his man and Eltone struck the ball first time into the bottom left corner for his second.

Fulham were able to see out the match without conceding, Luca Ashby-Hammond made a very good save from close range before the 90 minutes was up.

That win made it five league wins in a row for the Whites.

Match Information

Competition: PL2, Division 2

Date: Friday 24 November 2017
Kick-off: 2:00pm

Venue: Motspur Park, Surrey

Fulham

Line-up: Ashby-Hammond; Jenz, Davies (Nabay 39'), Atkinson, Spence; Harris, Francois (Thompson 78'); Mollo, Elstone, Thorsteinsson; Adebayo

Unused substitutes: Schwarzer, Andrason, Kwietniewski

Newcastle United

Line-up: Woodman; Kitchen, Yarney, Gillesphey, Cameron; Barlaser, Bailey; Fernandez, Ward, Roberts; Heardman (Charman 46')

Unused substitutes: Sangare, Harker, Smith, Elmhanni

Fulham (4-2-3-1)
  • 1Luca Ashby-Hammond
  • 2Moritz Jenz
  • 5Aron Davies
  • 6Robert Atkinson
  • 3Djed Spence
  • 8Jayden Harris
  • 4Tyrese Francois
  • 7Yohan Mollo
  • 10Michael Elstone
  • 11Jon Dagur Thorsteinsson
  • 9Elijah Adebayo
Substitutes
  • 12Julian Schwarzer
  • 14Foday Nabay
  • 15Atli Andrason
  • 16Cameron Thompson
  • 17Mikolaj Kwietniewski
Newcastle United (4-2-3-1)
  • 1Freddie Woodman
  • 2Ben Kitchen
  • 5Josef Yarney
  • 6Macauley Gillesphey
  • 3Kyle Cameron
  • 8Dan Barlaser
  • 4Owen Bailey
  • 7Victor Fernandez
  • 10Dan Ward
  • 11Callum Roberts
  • 9Tom Heardman
Substitutes
  • 12Mo Sangare
  • 13Nathan Harker
  • 14Callum Smith
  • 15Yasin Ben Elmhanni
  • 16Luke Charman