Slavisa Jokanovic frustrated by wasteful Fulham despite thumping win over Ipswich

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Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic wants his side to be more clinical after they came from behind for the second game in a row on Tuesday.

Jokanovic’s side missed a host of first-half chances against Ipswich at Craven Cottage before fighting back to win 4-1, with Ryan Sessegnon and Aboubakar Kamara scoring twice during a seven-minute spell in the second half.

Ipswich had taken the lead when Joe Garner scored for the second game in a row and Fulham’s comeback only started after the visitors had lost Jordan Spence to a 54th-minute sending off after barging into Kamara off the ball.

Fulham also trailed 2-0 at half-time to Hull on Saturday before another Kamara brace salvaged a draw.

Jokanovic said: “We played some very good football, this period where they scored was after we missed so many chances.

“We played a brilliant 45 minutes and to go a goal down is very strange. We need to start scoring first against the other team.

“At 11 against 11, I felt my team played the better football. We are working hard to score goals.”

Meanwhile, Jokanovic is anxious to keep the highly rated Sessegnon. He said: “He is our most talented player, we do not want to get rid of him.”