Fulham fans have reacted to old footage of Pajtim Kasami’s goal against Crystal Palace in 2013.
Then manager Martin Jol described it as ‘one of the best he’d ever seen‘, yet Kasami’s chest and volley striker at Selhurst Park is too often forgotten.
It’s the main draw from his three year stint at Craven Cottage, which ended after the 2013/14 season. The Swiss has since represented the likes of Olimpiacos and Nottingham Forest, and is today playing for Swiss side FC Sion.
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One Fulham fan took to Twitter to recall the goal, pointing out that it’s always forgotten from Premier League folklore, and plenty of Fulham fans felt the same.
Fulham would see three managers in the dugout that season before finishing 19th, and dropping into the Championship. Nevertheless, Kasami’s goal was a moment that season which fans will never forget.
Here’s what they had to say about that goal, and it’s lack of recognition among fans today:
@GaryLineker I will go and buy ALL the crisps if you just acknowledge your mistake.
— Sammy James (@MrSammyJames) May 16, 2020
More thoughts exactly
— David jones (@davegjffc) May 16, 2020
@Josh_S_Gregory most underrated goal ever?
— James (@_JamesKay) May 17, 2020
They never pick this goal 🙃
— Oz (@bassmunky) May 17, 2020
They only care about big teams
— Paul (@americanpaulffc) May 16, 2020
It’s sensational. He’s sprinting at full pelt and DOESNT BREAK STRIDE
— Elliott Binks (@ElliottBinks) May 16, 2020
Weak foot too 🙂
— tomgarland (@tomg_ffc) May 17, 2020