Aleksandar Mitrovic says Fulham must maintain the attitude and application they showed at Liverpool in order to move out of trouble. The Cottagers suffered yet another defeat, going down to 2-0 at Anfield on Sunday, to leave Slavisa Jokanovic’s men firmly rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table.
However, Mitrovic believes there were plenty of positives to take from the game as the Cottagers were able to ask questions of the Reds who are unbeaten in the league and only two points adrift of leaders Manchester City at the top.
The Fulham striker, who had a header harshly ruled out for offside seconds before Mohamed Salah opened the scoring, says the fans deserve to be praised for their backing and vowed to ensure they have something to smile about soon. “The least that we can do for them (the fans) is keep fighting and keep going, not giving up, because that’s all that they want from us,” he told the club’s website. “Even after we lost they were clapping.
They were happy because we showed that we care and we’re fighting so we need to keep going with them and stick all together. “It was a lot better because we showed desire, fight, we played as a team and it was a lot better.
If we’d played like this against Huddersfield we would have won the game. “We need to keep this mentality and this desire to work hard for each other and the results will come.
It’s hard mentally and physically to be in this situation after a lot of defeats but we all need to stick together, to keep believing.”