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Yesterday's thrilling match involving Fulham's 4-1 emphatic win against Crystal Palace was overshadowed by two spectacular goals - from Fulham players Patjim Kasami and Steve Sidwell.

The game started by Jason Puncheon's deflected cross finding Adrian Marriappa to header it home, giving Crystal Palace an early lead. Things were looking good for The Eagles, until a spectacular equalizer from Fulham found the back of the net. A sublime pass from Sascha Riether was followed up by Kasami controlling the ball and volleying an unstoppable shot. The goal from the Swiss international has been compared to Marco Van Basten's goal against the Soviet Union in the 1988 European Championship.