Fulham FC brought "Deuce" onto the pitch during the festivities around their match vs. Watford at Craven Cottage, giving the home crowd a chance to hail the striker who spent six successful seasons by the riverside.
Deuce in London.— Planet Fútbol (@si_soccer) September 22, 2018
Clint Dempsey, who played for Fulham between 2007-12 scoring 60 goals in 232 appearances in all competitions, was honored at Craven Cottage at halftime against Watford. pic.twitter.com/tWXYNwKTAB
The 1-1 draw marked the Cottagers' 500th all-time English Premier League match, only the 15th club to attain that achievement. Dempsey scored a key goal in 2007 that enabled the London side to avoid relegation from the top flight and remains FFC's top scorer in the EPL, where he netted 50 of his 60 overall goals for Fulham.