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Joe Bryan Scores Spectacular 35 Yard Free-Kick For Fulham In Championship Play-Off Final

Joe Bryan Scores Spectacular 35 Yard Free-Kick For Fulham In Championship Play-Off Final

Fulham's Joe Bryan produced a moment of magic as he opened the scoring in the Championship play-off final.

Bryan scored a stunning 35 yard free-kick to give Fulham the lead against Brentford at Wembley Stadium.

He struck an unreal set piece from long range as he bamboozled Brentford's David Raya in the 105th minute.

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The former Bristol City left-back then doubled his side's advantage in the 117th minute after completing a superb move.

Henrik Dalsgaard pulled one back for Brentford deep into stoppage time.

Fulham are back in the Premier League following their 2-1 victory.

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Speaking about his two-goal haul, Bryan told Sky Sports: "I'm not the hero, every single one of them, fans and people around us who has been with us all season is.

"We've been written off five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10 times. I think I read somewhere we were supposed to be scared of them."

He added: "We took it to them, we scored twice. They made it hard for us but they're a good team and they've been playing really well. I can't believe we made it straight back up."

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