Sava strike bags points for Fulham
English football discovered an unusual new goalscoring celebration today - with Fulham striker Facundo Sava donning a Zorro mask to mark his winner against Charlton at Loftus Road.
The Argentinian striker, who wore wolf masks to mark goals for his home-country club Gimnasia La Plata, today unveiled the black headgear after he tucked home Dean Kiely's 36th-minute parry for the winner.
Bartlett fluffed a glorious chance to level with six minutes left. Euell put the South African in on goal, but he hit the bar from 10 yards when it seemed easier to score.
And van der Sar made a brilliant point-blank save from Bartlett's header moments later.
In a frantic finale, Kiely saved from Junichi Inamoto - while Brevett and Euell were booked as tempers flared.