Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic was unhappy with the overall performance of his side despite seeing them claim a last-gasp winner to beat Wigan 3-2.

The stoppage-time strike by Neeskens Kebano was a dramatic end to an exciting game at Craven Cottage as Fulham bounced back from their defeat at Birmingham last time out.

Jokanovic was understandably pleased to have finished up with the three points, but he was far from impressed by other aspects of his side's display.

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He said: "I can be proud about my team on one hand that we scored goals and won the game, but on the other hand I am really disappointed with some parts of the game.

"We have to be more solid, we did not show enough of a good attitude, and we did not play well without the ball.

"At 1-1 it can be a simple lottery, they can win the game too. Then we scored the goals and we go home satisfied with the points.

"But I am not satisfied with what we offered today."

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Fulham took the lead after 25 minutes when Sone Aluko powered his way to the Wigan byline before firing in a low cross which Floyd Ayite swept in for his fifth goal of the season.

The visitors pulled level seven minutes later, though, when a cross by Stephen Warnock was turned into his own net by Scott Malone and Wigan went ahead on the stroke of half-time when Michael Jacobs turned in Max Power's cross from the left.

Fulham levelled midway through the second half with the best goal of the day, Denis Odoi firing home a superb 25-yard effort.

Home keeper David Button was forced down low to palm away a Michael Jacobs shot two minutes later as Wigan sought an immediate response, but it was Fulham who went on to grab the winner when Kebano slotted home in the fourth minute of stoppage time.

Wigan manager Warren Joyce was dismayed at the result, feeling they should have come away with at least a point.

"It's bitterly disappointing, we didn't deserve to lose. At 2-1 we were comfortable, really. It was a rush of blood, the free-kick for Fulham's equaliser was avoidable," he said.

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