Even though many fans were disappointed, pay per head sportsbooks were glad to learn that Rene Meulensteen was heartened by the second-half performance made by a struggling Fulham in their 4-1 loss on Saturday at Everton.
Pay per head sportsbooks learned that Fulham were lucky to go into the half-time break being only 1-0 down after an early opener by Leon Osman as Roberto Martinez’s side were dominating from the start.
But price per head services and many fans were delighted to see that in the second period the Londoners came out strongly, and drew level through Dimitar Berbatov’s penalty in the 67th-minute, before Seamus Coleman, Gareth Barry and Kevin Mirallas scored and gave Everton a flattening 4-1 score.
Meulensteen’s side therefore continues to be in the relegation zone after they suffered their seventh loss in eight Premier League matches, but the head coach was hopeful with the way that his side performed after half-time. Pay per head sportsbooks saw a very good performance by his team, and can also see a reason for optimism.
“Absolutely,” the Dutchman answered when he was asked if he was encouraged by Fulham’s performance at a ground where Everton did not lose a league game in 2013.
“(The scoreline) didn’t reflect the actual game, especially the second half.
And many pay per head sportsbooks fully agree with the coach.
“We came back really strongly, put them under pressure and got the equaliser but then conceded too soon.
“The goal to make it 3-1 settled the game…(but the) second half was much, much better.
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“This is just a hard defeat to take. We need to brush it off, get to the training ground and prepare for the next game.”
Pay per head sportsbooks can see that Fulhman is not going through a very good moment right now and should make plenty of improvements in the game, but also saw a very promising performance in the second half, and hope that that Meulensteen’s optimism pays off.