Slavisa Jokanovic is probably close to getting heart-rate back to normal after a frantic night in south Yorkshire on Tuesday night.
Fulham's result against Sheffield United was one of the most memorable games in recent memory, but fans of the Cottagers must be used to these restless games by now, with them being a semi-regular occurance in recent years.
With that in mind we've taken a look at some examples of Fulham's most exciting contests over the years.
Birmingham City 3-4 Fulham - 18th August 1979
The season may have ended in relegation, but the opening day victory showed that Fulham weren't going anywhere without a fight.
Birmingham looked comfortable after taking a three-goal lead into the half-time break, but a hat-trick from Gordon Davies and a Chris Guthrie effort handed the Cottagers the victory.
Britain's first heart transplant patient, Fulham fan Keith Castle went into the operating theatre at half-time of this clash, when he came round and found out that Fulham had won he allegedly told the doctors "Now you know why I'm in here!".
Portsmouth 4-4 Fulham - 1st Janauary 1985
Fulham battled the elements as they fought back from 4-0 down to secure a point in Hampshire.
Dean Coney struck to make it 4-1 after 74 minutes before three goals by Leroy Rosenior, Gary Barnett and Kevin Lock brought the game level.
Fulham 5-2 Newcastle - 21st January 2012
A stunning game which saw Fulham battle from behind to secure an emphatic win.
Despite going behind early on, Danny Murphy scored a penalty to peg Newcastle back.
Two goals from Clint Dempsey and one from Bobby Zamora made it 4-1 before Hatem Ben Arfa looked to give the visitors some hope.
However a third goal from Dempsey secured a thrilling win for the Whites at the Cottage.
Arsenal 3-3 Fulham - 10th November 2012
The Cottagers feared the worst at the Emirates when Olivier Giroud and Lukas Podolski put the hosts 2-0 up after 23 minutes, before Dimitar Berbatov and Alexander Kacaiklic ensured Fulham went in level at the break.
Berbatov gave the visitors a surprise lead from the penalty spot before Giroud clawed the result back for the Gunners.
Sheffield United 4-5 Fulham - 21st November 2017
One of the most stunning games in recent memory.
The clash at Bramall had absolutely everything as Fulham twisted and turned to a victory in south Yorkshire.
Hat-tricks from wonderkid Ryan Sessegnon and former-QPR striker Leon Clarke set the game on it's way, leaving the fans gasping for breath by the time the final whistle went.