marco silva After two minutes of individual wits that proved the difference in Fulham’s 2-0 win, he insisted “the fans decide” which goal was better. Leeds It saw them reach the quarterfinals of the FA Cup.

Manor Solomon has maintained excellent form since recovering from his knee injury and has netted the net for the fourth time in many games in a cleverly twisted effort from the left flank.

But it was Joao Palhinha’s stun shot that hit a dead end. He won the ball in midfield, put it forward and then made a great shot from outside the penalty area.

“It’s not easy to decide (which is better),” Silva said after the game. “Two different moments but two great endings.

“The first one recovered very well from Joao, the way he won the ball and it was a great finish.

“The other was different. The way Manor connected with our striker and a great finish from where he was very strong (on the pitch). Our fans have to decide what was best, but these were two great moments.”

Fulham After being booked for the 10th time this season against the Wolves on Friday night, he will be without Palhinha in his next two games at Brentford on Monday night, including the West London derby.

The absence of the Portuguese national will be a blow for Silva and Fulham, who have made themselves a mainstay in the midfield during their busy season.

“Of course he will be missed for us, he is an important player for us but someone else will come and do his job well,” Silva said.

manager Javi Gracia He admitted that he was disappointed that his side could not take advantage of their chances, especially in the first half.

After Marek Rodak sent the ball his way, Georginio Rutter’s tapping on goal invalidated the visitors’ goal, but the referee Chris Kavanagh He saw a soft foul on the field and VAR did not intervene.

“I’m really disappointed right now because I think we were a bit unlucky because we got a lot of chances,” said Gracia.

“It’s true that we weren’t clinical, we didn’t finish calmly, but after scoring an disallowed goal, I think it’s very, very soft.

“We were very close to changing the dynamic of the game, but then we didn’t score, we didn’t have a chance.”