Nottingham Forest Takes down Fulham 3-1 in Full-Time Result

Nottingham Forest’s hopes of remaining in the Premier League have been boosted significantly as they secured a commanding 3-0 victory over Fulham at the City Ground. The home side’s three first-half goals proved enough to move them three points clear of the relegation zone.

The match began with Fulham taking a quick lead as Callum Hudson-Odoi scored after just nine minutes. However, this was short-lived as Chris Wood struck a superb goal ten minutes later to level things up. The momentum then shifted in Nottingham Forest’s favor as Morgan Gibbs-White scored a third goal for the home team with a low drive into the bottom corner.

Despite Fulham’s attempts at a comeback in the second half, their efforts were ultimately in vain as Nottingham Forest’s first-half goals proved enough to secure the win. Tosin Adarabioyo managed to pull one back for Fulham early in the second half with a header, but both teams had plenty of chances throughout the game. Neco Williams hit the bar with a shot, while Matz Sels made a crucial save to deny Adarabioyo a second goal. Kenny Tete also clipped the underside of the bar with a shot.

The result sees Fulham in 12th place, while Nottingham Forest, in 17th place, head to Tottenham with renewed confidence about their chances of avoiding relegation. Forest fans can share their thoughts on the game, while Fulham fans can rate their team’s performance. Fans can follow all the reaction to the match online.

By Aiden Johnson

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