BREDE Hangeland handed Fulham their first Premier League win since February against Wigan at Craven Cottage.
The Whites trailed to Jason Scotland's first-half opener before substitute Stefano Okaka levelled, then Hangeland headed the winner to earn the points.
Fulham were denied a stonewall penalty when Zoltan Gera was chopped in the box, but it was Roberto Martinez's side who broke the deadlock against the run of play.
Marcelo Moreno headed the ball to Scotland, and he lashed the ball past Mark Schwarzer from the edge of the box to hand Wigan a half-time lead.
However, the hosts got back on terms less than two minutes after the interval when Okaka, on as a sub for David Elm, flicked home Gera's driven cross.
And it wasn't long before Roy Hodgson's side got their noses in front.
Damien Duff swung in a corner from the left, and Hangeland stooped to head past Chris Kirkland off the far post to give Fulham victory.