The Premier League’s relegation image is full after Fulham’s destiny was sealed following a 2-Zero defeat to Burnley on Monday evening.
First-half objectives from Ashley Westwood and Chris Wooden secured a snug victory for Sean Dyche’s males, who secured their top-flight standing for one more yr.
Burnley went shut twice in fast succession within the opening levels, solely to be denied by Fulham goalkeeper Alphonse Areola, earlier than they did take the lead, dealing an additional blow to the hosts’ already slim survival possibilities.
Westwood was picked out on the again publish by Matej Vydra and made no mistake slotting the ball into the again of the online.
Fulham’s job turned even tougher simply earlier than the half-time whistle as they fell two objectives behind.
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The ball fell kindly for Wooden, who expertly struck his shot into the highest nook from distance to internet his 50th strike for the Clarets.
The Cottagers huffed and puffed after the interval however to avail, with the west London membership’s second relegation in three seasons confirmed.