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Hangeland confident Fulham luck will turn

last updated Tuesday 08th November 2011, 2:00 PM

Fulham defender Brede Hangeland
Fulham defender
Brede Hangeland
Brede Hangeland
Fulham defender Brede Hangeland is hopeful that Fulham will soon start getting the results their performances deserve after Sunday's frustrating loss to Tottenham.

The Cottagers created numerous chances in the clash with their London rivals but could not take advantage and eventually went down 3-1.

The result left Martin Jol's side 16th in the Premier League standings and just one point above the relegation zone going into the latest international break.

However, central defender Hangeland is confident they will soon start to climb the table.

"We have been producing a lot of good performances without getting the points," said the Norwegian.

"I've always thought if you put in a lot of good performances over a season you get what you deserve.

"If we keep going like this hopefully our luck will turn and maybe we'll even get some lucky wins in the second half of the season."

An inspired performance from Tottenham's 40-year-old goalkeeper Brad Friedel helped keep Fulham at bay, and Hangeland joked after the final whistle that the American could carry on for another decade.

He said: "Brad did really well. He was man of the match and he proved he can play maybe until he is 50. It looked like that against us anyway."

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