It was the business end of the international fixtures as countries around the world tried to qualify for the World Cup in Russia next year, and Fulham were represented across the globe.
There were tears of joy for some of Slavisa Jokanovic's men, while others suffered heartbreak as their country failed to qualify, including Tim Ream and the US, who have failed to qualify for the first time since 1986.
As we get back to normality with the resumption of the domestic campaign, with Preston up next at the Cottage on Saturday afternoon, we've taken a look back at how the Cottager's stars fared across the globe with their countries.
Stefan Johansen - Norway
Norway and Johansen failed to qualify for the World Cup as they finished in fourth place in Group C, but they did beat Northern Ireland in their final group game thanks to a 1-0 victory.
Johansen made the goal as his cross was sweeped into the Northern Irish net by Chris Brunt, but there will be no trip to Russia for the Norwegian captain in the summer.
Oliver Norwood - Northern Ireland
Norwood got his 50th cap for his country in the 1-0 defeat to Norway, but Northern Ireland will be in the play-offs for the World Cup after finishing second in Group C behind Germany.
After a successful Euros, Norwood and co will be confident they can come through the Play-offs, despite the likes of Italy and Switzerland lurking as potential opponents.
The draw for the Play-offs is on Tuesday October 17.
Tomas Kalas - Czech Republic
Another team in Group C, Kalas played the full 90 against San Marino in their final group game of qualifying, running out 5-0 winners over the bottom of the group side.
However, like Johansen, Kalas won't be heading to Russia next summer after the Czech Republic finished in third place in the group, just behind Northern Ireland to miss out on the play-offs.
Tim Ream - USA
There was heartbreak for Ream and his countrymen as they failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1986 after they lost 2-1 to Trinidad and Tobago in what was a must-win game for the States.
Ream didn't play the game having sat out the US' 4-0 win over Panama earlier on in the week, but the inquest into the USA's poor performance has already started across the pond.
Neeskens Kebano - DR Congo
It's crunch time for Kebano and DR Congo today as they face Guinea in another must-win qualifier in order to reach the World Cup.
They are three points behind Tunisia and two goals worse off on goal difference, so they need to win and hope Tunisia lose to bottom of the group Libya in order to reach Russia next year.
That game kicks off at 5.30pm UK time.
Mattias Kait - Estonia
Another international and another goal for Kait as he scored in Estonia's 6-0 thrashing of Gibraltar on Saturday.
He also played the full 90 as Estonia lost 2-1 to Bosnia and Herzegovina in their final game in qualifying which saw them finish in fourth place in Group H.