It's a Fulham coast in Cardiff even if the score was only 2-1 to the west Londoners.

This is how GetWestLondon rated those in white.

Marcus Bettinelli 7 - the keeper should have taken a Sunday paper with him after a huge deflection beat him for the Cardiff goal.

Made one big fist away at a corner, and a top save from Joe Ralls's shot - and then watched the rest of the game from a distance.

Denis Odoi 6: Put his foot in when it mattered - a little too far on occasion. It was his foul that led to the Cardiff goal.

Tim Ream 7: Solid, did his job with little fuss.

Sorry, Sol: Bamba complains about Fulham's second goal - but it was onside

Ragnar Sigurdsson 7 : like his central partner above and a lot steadier than recent games. Mind you, that also had a lot to with the powder-puff opposition.

Ryan Sessegnon 8: The youngster added another zero to his potential price tag with an accomplished performance down the left capped with a tap-in for the winner.

RYAN FREDERICKS 9: there is no substitute for pace, and Fredericks is the side's Billy Whizz.

Former boss Kit Symons watching, once said Fredericks could catch pigeons, and City full-back Joe Bennett will have nightmares as he sees nothing by Fredericks' back disappearing into the distance.

Alert: Dennis Odoi (L) chases down Kadeem Harris

Kevin McDonald 7: It says much when someone like the central midfielder gets through a pile of work unnoticed. The former Wolves man has become an important cog in the machine.

Stefan Johansen 8 - scored a goal that mattered controlling the ball to rifle into the roof of the net. Busy until subbed with 10 minutes to go. Happy 26th birthday!

Tom Cairney 9: Could have been man of the match on another day. All routes in midfield lead to the man who cost Whites £4m from Blackburn in 2015. What does that make him worth now?

Lucas Piazon 8: Filled the space made by the absent Floyd Ayite with aplomb. Unlucky not to add a third as he darted in from the left towards the end.

Sone Aluko 6 Had a stinger of a shot just before he was subbed, but relatively quiet as Whites opted mostly for the wings rather than through the centre.

Subs: Stephen Humphrys, Denis Adeniran - not on long enough to make an impression.

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