Tottenham 3-1 Fulham: 3 Talking points from the London Derby
Fulham have been eagerly waiting for their promotion back to the Premier league after four years in the Championship and after they beat Aston Villa in the Premier League qualifying match their wait was over.
With top tier football back in Craven Cottage, Fulham didn't waste time and made their intentions to stay in the Premier League pretty clear when they spent heavily in the transfer window and made some quality signings. Only Liverpool and Chelsea spent more than them. Even Paul Scholes considered Fulham as the surprise package this season.
After losing to Crystal Palace in their opening game at Craven Cottage, there was some pressure to deliver considering the amount of money they spent and the expectations that the fans had.
The London derby against Tottenham at Wembley would have been the perfect place to open their account in the Premier League.
Here are the five talking points from the London derby.
#1 Lucas Moura shows his class
The Brazilian has loads of talent which was not fully explored at PSG. During his time with the French outlet, he would often cut a frustrated figure spending most of his time at bench.
When Spurs saw the opportunity to sign him in the last season's January transfer window, they didn't waste any time to get his services.
He looked good throughout the match making quality runs through the right flank. His efforts were soon paid off, when he curled a shot with his left foot from outside of the box giving Fabricio Agosto Ramírez no chance at all. It was a wonderfully finished goal.