Joachim Andersen reckons that Fulham put of their poorest performance of the season in final Friday’s 2-1 loss to Leeds United.
The Danish centre-back, on a season-long mortgage from Lyon, scored his first aim for the membership as he cancelled out Patrick Bamford’s opener.
But Raphinha’s 58th-minute end settled the Craven Cottage contest and ensured Fulham keep within the Premier League backside three heading into the worldwide break.
“I don’t care about my aim – we performed our worst sport of the season,” stated Whites captain Andersen, who has been known as up by his nation for World Cup qualifiers. “Nothing that we practised through the week succeeded and it was a good consequence.
“I don’t really feel like we have been cool sufficient on the ball. We needed to bounce off the midfield and discover the spare man, but it surely didn’t succeed.
“We know Leeds play one against one all over the pitch -we did that basically, very well in coaching but it surely didn’t come out on Friday. That was actually disappointing.”
Fulham resume league motion at Aston Villa on April 3. Andersen stated: “Maybe the break is nice and we will chill out and do our greatest with the nationwide workforce – clear our head from the membership scenario.
“We’ll come again with full perception.”
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