ahead of the final ten games in the league. Serbia striker Aleksandar Mitrovic played his part as his Fulham side secured a big result against Liverpool in the race to survive relegation at the end of the present Premier League campaign. Fulham gave their chances of surviving relegation a big boost with the win over Liverpool.Fulham midfielder Mario Lemina scored to hand the Cottagers a priceless 1-0 away win over Liverpool. Mario Lemina is on a season-long loan at Fulham from Southampton and he scored the game’s only goal just before the half-time break. Gabonese international Lemina pounced on a loose ball ahead of Liverpool attacker Mohamed Salah before unleashing an unstoppable shot that found the back of the net. It was well deserved for Fulham at that point as they had been the better team. Liverpool were second best in the first half and were good value for trailing at the break. The Reds suffered predictably after manager JurgenKlopp made a lot of changes to his usual starting line-up. The introduction of important players like Sadio Mane, Fabinho and Trent Alexander-Arnold ensured that Liverpool improved significantly from the first half display but they still struggled to create opportunities. In the end, Fulham were able to keep the clean sheet needed to win the game. The Fulhamcentre back duo of TosinAdarabioyo and Joachim Andersen were in inspired form for the Cottagers at the back as they helped the West London outfit to an impressive victory. Serbia national team player Mitrovic played his part in the win by coming off the bench for the final five minutes. The Serbia player was subbed on for Ivan Cavaleiro on 85 minutes. Serbia international Mitrovic made his presence felt by collecting a yellow card in added time for dissent.