Fulham through after seeing off Hull


Layvin Kurzawa scored his first Fulham goal as they eased through to the FA Cup fourth round.

Harry Wilson raced away on the counter-attack to net in stoppage time and seal victory against the Championship side.

French left-back Kurzawa, making only his second Whites appearance, having not featured since October, scored eight minutes before half-time.

After Hull’s ex-QPR keeper Matt Ingram had kept out Wilson’s shot, Kurzawa was on hand to tap in the loose ball.

In a game of few clear-cut chances, Tom Cairney went close to adding a second for Fulham when he fired over from near the edge of the penalty area, Ingram saved from Wilson, and Bobby De Cordova-Reid headed over before Wilson added the second.

Meanwhile, summer signing Manor Solomon returned to action after injury, coming on as a second-half substitute.

Fulham: Rodak, De Cordova-Reid (Tete 72), Tosin, Diop, Kurzawa (Robinson 76), Reed (Chalobah 87), Cairney, James, Pereira (Palhinha 72), Wilson (Solomon 76), Vinícius.