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Reggae Boy Bobby Reid Scores in Fulham’s Latest Victory

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Bobby Reid is an Important Player for Fulham

The Londoners Fulham recently clobbered Swansea City in an outstanding 5-1 victory where Jamaican Bobby Reid scored his sixth goal this campaign. Other Jamaican players who have also scored goals this season include Junior Morias for Dagenham & Redbridge and Jevani Brown, an attacking midfielder for Exeter City.

Ryan Manning of Swansea City got sent off with a red card for a foul on Fulham’s Harry Wilson while the first half came to an end. This came as an added advantage to Fulham as Swansea had kicked off the game quite well. In just fourteen seconds after the start of the second half, Aleksandra Mitrovic gave Fulham an early lead by scoring the first goal. Then shortly after the score increased to two thanks to an own goal by Ben Cabango. The third goal was netted by 25-year old Bobby Reid. Neco Williams scored the fourth and fifth goals making Fulham the winners of this match.

The free-scoring Fulham is currently sitting at the top of the Championship table with 76 points. Serbian striker Mitrovic is Fulham’s top scorer with 35 goals in 33 appearances. Reggae boy Bobby Reid has been enjoying a productive season where he has been influential in Fulham’s attack. He has even provided Mitrovic with some of his many goals. He currently has six goals and six assists in the championship; the second tier league in England.

Bobby Reid was born in Bristol England in 1993. His Jamaican heritage allowed him to represent the Jamaican national team. He plays most games as an attacking midfielder and as a forward. He is known for his pace and eye for goal. Bobby Reid’s current market value is €8.00m. He has played for other English clubs like Bristol City, Plymouth, Oldham Athletic, and Cheltenham. He made his debut for Jamaica in June 2019 and he currently has 16 appearances for his country.

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