Swansea v Fulham player ratings

Despite having to defend for much of the game, Fulham ended the season with an excellent result at Swansea. Here’s how we rated the Whites players in their 3-0 victory.

Mark Schwarzer: 8
An excellent display by the veteran keeper, who produced a number of saves – especially during a 20-minute spell in the second half when Swansea looked certain to score.

Sascha Riether: 7
The German defender has been great for Fulham this season and was typically solid in the final match of his loan spell.

Philippe Senderos: 6
A decent display from the much maligned centre-back, who recovered from an early knock and did okay.

Brede Hangeland: 7
Another who played well in a gutsy defensive display by the team.

Damien Duff: 7
A very effective defensive performance from the wide-man, who has shown a new side to his game.

John Arne Riise: 6
A hardworking display from the Norwegian, who won several important challenges.

Emmanuel Frimpong: 7
The on-loan Arsenal man did well before going off injured in the second half. He set up the opening goal and was lively throughout.

Eyong Enoh: 6
Hit-and-miss in midfield. Sloppy at times but also produced moments of quality and closed down well.

Alex Kacaniklic: 8
Finished nicely for his goal and later hit the woodwork. A fine display from the youngster, who will be one to watch next season.

Dimitar Berbatov: 7
Had a quiet first half but was much more effective in the second and scored with a typically blasé finish.

Bryan Ruiz: 7
Another who grew in stature as the game wore on. Linked play beautifully at times in the second half and his movement off the ball was terrific.

Giorgios Karagounis: 6
Tidy in midfield after coming on for Frimpong.

Urby Emanuelson: 7
Looked good after coming on – and capped a fine Fulham win by scoring a late goal.



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