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Fulham Score Two Stunning Goals Against Crystal Palace to Knock the Eagles For Four [GIF]

fulham taxi cab 600x400 Fulham Score Two Stunning Goals Against Crystal Palace to Knock the Eagles For Four [GIF]

After Crystal Palace opened up the scoring at Selhurst Park in the Premier League tonight, it looked like Crystal Palace may have finally found the formula to get three points. But Fulham struck back with two out-of-this-world goals courtesy of unsung heroes Pajtim Kasami and Steve Sidwell.

Pajtim Kasami’s goal, from the first angle:

kasami goal first angle Fulham Score Two Stunning Goals Against Crystal Palace to Knock the Eagles For Four [GIF]

Pajtim Kasami’s goal, from the second angle:

kasami goal Fulham Score Two Stunning Goals Against Crystal Palace to Knock the Eagles For Four [GIF]

kasami goal Fulham Score Two Stunning Goals Against Crystal Palace to Knock the Eagles For Four [GIF]

Steve Sidwell’s goal, that made it 2-1 to Fulham before half-time:

steve sidwell goal Fulham Score Two Stunning Goals Against Crystal Palace to Knock the Eagles For Four [GIF]

Fulham went on to win the match 4-1 with additional goals by Dimitar Berbatov and Philippe Senderos.

H/T Feint Zebra.


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