Aleksandar Mitrovic on target again as Fulham win to deny Brighton top spot

“Mitro’s on fire” was the chant, loud and long, that serenaded Fulham’s players as they left the pitch. It is a familiar song in these parts but has not generally held true at Premier League level.This season the chant describes Aleksandar Mitrovic perfectly and can be applied to his team, too. Tepid, bloated and chronically disjointed throughout their previous two seasons in the top flight, Fulham look an entirely different proposition this time and Craven Cottage pulsates with a noise and belief that have not been evident in years.