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Jamie O’Hara hails Fulham after beating Reading

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Jamie O’Hara hails Fulham after beating Reading

Jamie O’Hara praised Fulham after they dispatched Reading 4-1 away on Tuesday night in the Championship.

The Whites produced an excellent performance on the road to earn three points and are beginning to find their top form.

They are fourth in the league table as it stands with 18 points from 10 games and face Charlton Athletic on Saturday before the international break.

Scott Parker’s side have netted 18 goals already this campaign and that is the joint-best in the division alongside Preston North End.

Fulham have a whole host of dangerous attacking players, with midfield captain Tom Cairney someone in great form this season.

He scored two in the game away to Reading, while striker Aleksandar Mitrovic also netted a brace.

O’Hara, who had a brief spell at Craven Cottage as a player, hailed his former side on social media following their midweek performance against Reading.

 

He picked out left-footed playmaker Cairney for his display, as he once again showed his threat from outside of the box with two long-range goals.

“Great to see it coming together for Fulham. Scott Parker has them playing some unreal football, my guy Tom Cairney is scoring worldies every game. Hope to see them back in the Prem,” O’Hara wrote on his personal Twitter account.

(Photo by Catherine Ivill – AMA/Getty Images)

TBR’s View:

Cairney is a player that is deadly at Championship level and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him reach double figures for both goals and assists this season in the league.

He is a major goal threat in an attacking midfield role and appears to be thriving at Craven Cottage right now.

Parker has his team playing some exciting football and it seems a no-brainer with the players at his disposal.

They have arguably the fiercest forward line in the entire division with Mitrovic, Cairney, Anthony Knockaert and Ivan Cavaleiro.

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