Ademola Lookman scored against Leicester in a Premier League clash at the King Power Stadium. The goal put Fulham ahead and the striker paid tribute to former Fulham and Senegal footballer Papa Bouba Diop, who died last Sunday at the age of just 42.

Ola Aina has hailed Fulham’s impressive away win against against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium on Monday.

The Cottagers climbed out of the relegation after grinding out a shock win against Brendan Rodgers’ men.

Fulham won for the second time in the league this season thanks to Ademola Lookman 30th minute opener and Ivan Cavaleiro’s penalty eight minutes later.

Harvey Barnes scored for Leicester in the 86th minute, but Fulham held on to move one point above the bottom three.

A delighted Aina took to the social media to celebrate the win, their first since a victory at Bournemouth in April 2019.

“Big win for the boys today , meant a lot to everyone. So does every other game. We push on again. let’s go Fulham 💪🏾!, Aina tweeted after the game.

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