By Juan Aguerrevere
Scott Parker can officially say he’s won a Premier League match and kept a clean sheet. This was Fulham's first win since late January and its first clean sheet since December. Parker replaced Claudio Ranieri just over six weeks ago.
Cottagers took advantage of a yet another lack-luster Everton performance, controlling most of the game’s offensive attempts. Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic proved to be a handful most of the first half and was unlucky to not be on the scoresheet.
Fans at Craven Cottage were loud and demanded a win and the players delivered it in the second half. Less than a minute after the restart, Tom Cairney finished off a centered pass from Ryan Babel.
Everton had its best time of the game after Fulham went up 1-0. Dominic Calvert-Lewin missed the Toffees' best chance of the game by just inches.
Then Babel, who assisted the first, sped past Everton’s backline latching on to a through ball from Mitrovic and doubling the lead.
Fulham will have gone home with something to be happy about.
Juan is a senior at the University of Florida. He is an aspiring sports writer, analyst, and commentator.