From listening to it, it gave the impression that it was a game that would continue to have goals in it. Despite Fulham games seeing a lot of goals this season, I thought our record would ensure a fairly low-scoring affair but how wrong I was.
Plenty of positives from the game with three goals being scored - Petrov notching two, and us showing the steel to twice come from behind but it is disappointing to concede three goals in any Premiership game if we have genuine ambitions of being a top six side - merely coincidence that we were without the presence of Hans Back? They were errors rather than as a result of play that was overly attacking or gung-ho, and perhaps they are inevitable from a side which is by an large still gelling and taking shape with several new faces and a new philosphy.
"I am a little bit disappointed. I am not worried, concerned-Sven-Goran Eriksson.
"I know that we are a new team and a gelling team, and
probably we must count on doing some mistakes. But it's much more positive than
negative things in the games we've played."
He added: "We will stick to the
system because we are doing rather well and I can't see any reasons why we
should change that. The type and style of play will be the same.
good football, in almost all the games we play good football. In many games we
created a lot of occasions but haven't scored many goals.
"This time we
created and scored, but you are never completely happy because we conceded goals
a little bit more easily than we did in the past.
"But 3-3, as a show, is
better than 0-0."
"They have had a good start and kept clean sheets but they
have also had a bit of good fortune. If they maintain that good fortune then
they will stay up there but it's a marathon not a sprint and anyone can be up
there after five or six games. I would think they would be looking for a
Substitute Danny Murphy scored to earn Fulham a point from a thrilling Premier League clash with Manchester City at Craven Cottage. -Sky Sports.
Funny game, football. Just when it seemed we were about to endure another of those formless duels for midfield control, Simon Davies scored a peach of a goal for Fulham: the overture to an hour of bumper-car fun. -The Telegraph.
Well I wanted excitement this season and we’re definitely getting that. A second 3-3 draw in consecutive home games and whilst we’re struggling to hold on to leads we are at least proving difficult to beat. -Hammy End Chronicle.