Aleksandar Mitrovic has said that he has forgiven Aboubakar Kamara after the penalty fiasco.
Aboubakar Kamara did not let Mitrovic take the penalty in the match against Huddersfield and eventually missed it from the spot.
Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic has said that he has forgiven Aboubakar Kamara for the penalty fiasco during the match against Huddersfield Town. Kamara did not let the Serbian international take the penalty and eventually hit it in the hands of Jonas Lossl. However, Mitrovic finally came to the London club’s rescue and handed them a crucial win with a goal in the stoppage time.
Speaking about the incident, the Fulham forward said, “He’s a striker, he’s hungry for goals as well, maybe he wanted to score as well and he scored his last penalty.”
He added, “It’s normal. He’s young; these kind of things can happen. It’s normal. You need to take care of each other. We had a bit of an argument but in the end he took the ball and I wished him luck and told him to stay focused and score. That’s what he’d do as well. If he’d scored I’d have celebrated with him, like I scored. The most important thing is we got the three points and everything is behind us.”
Mitrovic concluded, “It was a six-point game. It was a big win. We felt it was a lot of pressure during the game, and in the end, after the goal it was a big release.”
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