Hull City boss Leonid Slutsky believes his side should have at least got a drawn from Craven Cottage after being beaten 2-1 by Fulham.
Floyd Ayite gave Fulham the lead when he tapped in a Sheyi Ojo cross, capitalising on some torrid defending by the visitors before Stefan Johansen ensured the three points, giving his side the lead after Jarrod Brown has equalised.
Slavisa Jokanovic wasn't happy with his side's performance despite the victory while his opposite number was left frustrated that he was leaving the Cottage empty handed, with Slutsky believing they should have secured a draw at the very least.
He said: "We played more defensively because it was a reaction to an unbelievable defeat on Friday
"We thought more about defence in the first half but in the second half we played much better.
"We equalised and had a lot of chances to score the second goal. Chances were the same, 50-50. We are very disappointed with the result because I think we deserved a minimum draw in this situation.
"When we equalised and concede again, that is very difficult to find a second reaction. We don’t have time to be disappointed because this is a very difficult time for everybody."