A second half Fulham comeback saw Slavisa Jokanovic's men draw with league leaders Norwich at Craven Cottage.
Scott Malone conceded two first half penalties, with Graham Dorrans coverting both from 12 yards.
Former Canary Chris Martin forced a comeback though, with his shot deflecting in off Stefan Johansen, before he slotted home minutes later to level the scores.
And here are five things we learned from the entertaining clash.
Cairney is crucial
Tom Cairney has emerged as Fulham’s key man following the summer losses of Ross McCormack and Moussa Dembele.
The former Blackburn and Hull midfielder has scored three goals already, including a last ditch winner at Ewood Park earlier this season.
He was omitted from the line up after a suspected injury,and his presence was missed as the Whites lacked a finishing touch up front - at least they did in the first half, before Chris Martin found his clinical touch.
Kevin McDonald’s return didn’t bring stability
Fulham’s robust midfielder played a fine role in their August run towards the top of the Championship table.
But the former Wolves man has struggled since, culminating in a red card in the 0-4 home defeat to Bristol City in September.
He returned to the Fulham team for the first time in nearly a month, but his presence failed to bring stability back to the Whites.
Counter attacking naivety
Not for the first time this season - and not for the last, no doubt - the Whites have dominated their opponents but found themselves behind.
This woe is a particularly common occurrence at Craven Cottage, with teams more than content to sit back behind the ball.
Slavisa Jokanovic’s men are apt at being on the front foot, but without a clinical pass and a cool finisher, they find themselves hit on the break time and time again.
This issue came to the fore once again between the two penalties. The hosts were dominant and looked for the world like they would score next, only for Malone to be adjudged to have shoved Cameron Jerome to the floor following a counter attack.
Chris Martin's revival
The Fulham man looked a completely different prospect from the man who missed an open goal in his last game at Craven Cottage,
Martin was authoritative, held the ball up and finally showed why the Whites were happy to invest a fee to take him on loan.
His two goals were calm and composed, especially the latter where he waited an age before side footing home.
Norwich not too long ago suffered from the same affliction which saw rivals QPR beat the Whites here on home turf a few weeks ago, after the hostst missed two penalties.
But Jokanovic's men need to toughen up in defence. Although the second penalty call from referee Linington, the first was clear cut.
Scott Malone went to ground far too easily and probably could not have committed a clearer foul if he had tried.