Video: Stefan Johansen Scores Nice Fulham Goal For Third in Three Games

Video: Stefan Johansen Scores Nice Fulham Goal For Third in Three Games

Stefan Johansen just can’t stop scoring for Fulham at the moment.

The Norwegian midfielder has really found his best form of late after moving to the Craven Cottage club from Celtic before the summer transfer deadline.

At the Hoops, he’d struggled to impress, looking a shadow of the player who won individual awards throughout the 2014/15 season.

Brendan Rodgers and the club decided to cash in on him while they still could.

But the £2million Fulham shelled out to sign him is beginning to look like a bargain as Johansen continues to star for the English Championship side.

He scored a nice goal against Reading just over a week ago before netting in the 4-4 draw with Wolves at the weekend.

And he’s followed that up with his third in three games by scoring against Rotherham tonight:

Now THAT is how you play a one-two.

Johansen and Fulham sit 10th in the English Championship table and will be hoping to get a victory tonight to move up the table.

But even if it isn’t a successful enough season for the Cottagers to reach the Premier League, Johansen may end up there regardless if he can continue his strong form.

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