Date: 9th April 2016 at 6:17pm
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A stoppage time winner from young Emerson Hyndman gave Fulham all three points today over high-flying Cardiff City.

The win made it three wins on the bounce and lifts Fulham up the table with a whopping ten points now between us and the relegation fight.

In what was an entertaining affair it was Cardiff City who went into the break leading courtesy of a goal from Lex Immers. The goal coming about after Scott Malone and Aron Gunnarsson combined to provide a cross that Immers headed home for his fifth goal of the season.

However, Fulham didn`t have to wait long to equalize once the second half had started. The Cardiff defence appeared to be dreaming and Moussa Dembele took full advantage setting up Scott Parker to fire home from an acute angle.

Pushing for the winner, Dembele was denied by David Marshall, in the Cardiff goal, whilst a shot from Ross McCormack was deflected on to the bar.

But just as it looked it was going to finish 1-1, up popped Emerson Hyndman to smash the ball home after a Fulham corner had caused something of a scramble in the Cardiff City area.