A much-changed Fulham side featuring a sprinkling of young talent and three debuts made comfortable progress in the Carabao Cup last night with a 2-0 first round win at Wycombe Wanderers. Here's five things we learnt from the game.

Kamara will be a good signing

Okay so his first full start for Fulham might have been against a League Two side, but Aboubakar Kamara was very impressive. Showed some good skills and a determination run at defenders – hopefully he can repeat it in the heat of a Championship battle. Another recent arrival, Ibrahima Cisse, also looked good.

Another Sessegnon

We all know how good Ryan Sessegnon is, but last night Fulham fans got the first proper glimpse of his twin brother, Steven, too. The less well known sibling had a good game at right back, and there was a nice moment late on when Ryan came on as a sub, putting the twins on the same pitch. Fellow youngsters Matt O'Riley and Tayo Edun impressed as well.

Pia-ck that one out!

We all know Lucas Piazon has got a finish on him, but last night's goal was straight out of the top drawer. The on-loan Chelsea man picked the ball up 25 yards out, set his sights and arrowed a brilliant shot into the left hand corner. To cap a fine display, the Brazilian also set up Fulham's second for Denis Odoi.

Nice wing play

Wycombe's ground is in quite a rural setting, and one of the highlights of last night was an invasion of partridges. One kept swooping across the away end, to the delight of Fulham fans who named him 'Birdinho', while another invaded the press box, and one even made it onto the pitch, where he nearly accidentally met a sticky end under the boot of Marek Rodak. According to the Wycombe press officer, it's not unusual this time of year, and when rugby side Wasps shared their ground, Josh Lewsey had to put one out of it's misery with a wring of the neck after it was smashed by a ball.

Could this be Fulham's year?

Fulham have never got beyond the quarter-final, which they have reached five times, in this competiton. Even the team they beat last night, Wycombe Wanderers, reached the semis once – the Whites are long overdue an extended run in this cup.

RECAP: Wycombe v Fulham - how the Carabao Cup win unfolded