Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic has admitted that his team "concede too many goals" after their eight-game unbeaten run was ended by a resurgent Wolverhampton Wanderers side on Saturday.
Helder Costa was the tormenter in chief, laying the first and last goals on a plate for Ivan Cavaleiro and Dave Edwards respectively.
And Jokanovic was not happy with the concession of any of them.
He said: "Helder Costa killed us. There were two situations that weren’t so dangerous for us, and he created things for his two team-mates to put it in the empty goal.
"We weren’t solid enough to stop him, and if you concede two or three goals it’s not easy to find a good result.
"We concede so many goals. I miss winning 1-0. We can avoid the first, second, and third goal if we’re a little bit stronger and more solid in this kind of situation.
"We gave them some charity presents during the game, and we paid an expensive price for this situation."
Fulham go into the international break with just one point from their last two games now, with the manager admitting it is a good time to reflect.
He added: "This break that’s in front of us is coming at a good time so we can recover our minds, recover our bodies, and get ready for the last eight games that are in front of us. Right now we are one point behind the top six.