Liverpool’s Rhian Brewster has posted on Instagram following Swansea City’s disappointing 1-0 defeat to Fulham at Craven Cottage.

LONDON, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 26: Rhian Brewster of Swansea City applauds the fans at the final whistle during the Sky Bet Championship match between Fulham and Swansea City at Craven Cottage on February 26, 2020 in London, England. (Photo by Athena Pictures/Getty Images)

Aleksandar Mitrovic snatched an injury-time winner to lift Fulham back into third place as they saw off Steve Cooper’s Swans in the capital.

Mitrovic headed the only goal of the game from Aboubakar Kamara’s cross deep into added time as the Whites climbed back above Nottingham Forest in the table – five points behind second-placed Leeds United.

Only minutes earlier the Serbian international’s penalty had been saved by Swansea goalkeeper Freddie Woodman, after Connor Roberts was deemed to have fouled Neeskens Kebano.

Brewster and Swansea have now slipped to ninth following a baron run of form that has seen just one win in seven Championship matches.

Following the defeat, Brewster took to Instagram to showcase his disappointment following another setback for Cooper’s Swans who recently had aspirations of returning to the Premier League.

He said: “Frustrated with how the game ended last night, Just certain things that are out of our control but we will keep pushing and get ready for the game on Saturday.”

 

Brewster, 19, has clocked up nine appearances for the south-Wales outfit following a loan move from Liverpool – scoring three times.

The England U21s international made the 170-mile move from Liverpool to Swansea in an attempt to get more senior experience following limited experience for the European champions.

Brewster was only able to conjure up two starts under Jurgen Klopp bere e was loaned out from Merseyside in the January transfer window during the Carabao Cup victories against MK Dons and Arsenal.

He last featured for Liverpool in the FA Cup third-round victory against Everton last month after coming off the bench in the second half. Brewster still awaits his first Liverpool senior goal in a major competition.

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