Aleksandar Mitrović scored a brace as Fulham sealed their first Premier League win in over four years with a 4-2 victory over Burnley at Craven Cottage. There were five goals in an action-packed first half, with three of those scored within the space of five minutes. Fulham took the lead with just three minutes played through a stunning strike from summer signing Jean Michel Seri that flew into the top right-hand corner. The visitors quickly drew level however when Jeff Hendrick smashed the ball home at the second time of asking. Carnage then ensued when Fulham forward Mitrovic scored two headers in the space of two minutes and seven seconds, before James Tarkowski scored his second goal in as many games to give Sean Dyche’s men hope going into the interval. Burnley were dealt a real blow early on in the first-half when Jóhann Berg Guðmundsson – their chief creater – was forced off with a hamstring problem. And Andre Schurrle then deservedly sealed the points with just 10 minutes to play, firing home after Mitrovic saw a strike cannon back off the post.