Fulham continued their goalscoring form with another 5-0 victory, this time defeating West Ham United at home on Sunday in the Premier League.
The win marked Fulham’s second consecutive 5-0 triumph, having previously achieved the feat against Nottingham Forest on Wednesday. They have now scored at least three goals in four straight games.
Marco Silva’s side climbed up the table from 14th to 10th with this victory, reaching 21 points on the season.
Raul Jimenez opened the scoring in the 22nd minute with a headed goal from Joao Palhinha’s cross. Willian added to the lead shortly before the half-hour mark, capitalizing on a rebound after Lukasz Fabianski saved Alex Iwobi’s initial shot.
Tosin Adarabioyo further extended Fulham’s lead before the break with a powerful header from a corner kick.
West Ham manager David Moyes attempted to fix the defense at halftime with substitutions, but Fulham continued to dominate.
Harry Wilson added two goals in the second half, first with a curling effort from outside the box and then after breaking through the West Ham defense and setting up Carlos Vinicius for an empty-net finish.