Fulham v Cardiff was a Premier League fixture last year but both clubs are competing in the Championship this term following relegation from the top flight.
Jordon Mutch and Steven Caulker, who have both signed for Fulham’s near neighbours QPR this summer, scored the goals that did the damage after Bryan Ruiz had equalised.
It was a result which left the Whites in the bottom three. There were boos at the final whistle and calls from the crowd for the manager, Martin Jol, to go.
He bought himself some time by beating Brentford in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday night but a section of the Cottage remain unconvinced he is the man to deliver promotion.
The pressure clearly got to Jol that Saturday afternoon in September and he would be sacked later in the season.
"I think if you look at other teams as well, if you are in the bottom three or bottom five, even if it is early in the season, you get pressure,” Jol said.
"I take responsibility, because I can't say the players don't work hard. They work hard, they try to win games, but it is not easy for us to win games.
"I will always be calm and I hate it when people are getting worried and nervous, especially if they ask a manager to quit - that is awful.
"You never know what will happen with a new manager, because if we are bottom of the table at the end of the season it is not about me because I won't be here, it's about the club and I do not want to see this club at the bottom of the table.
"I know we can do better."
Sadly for Fulham, things didn’t improve. In fact, Cardiff would do the double over them in 2013-14. Jol would was no longer in charge by the time the second meeting came round.
Magath will no doubt be reminding his players of the importance of keeping their concentration for the full 90 minutes this weekend.
Mutch’s late winner 11 months ago as he fired home from 20 yards was a hammer blow - one of far too many the Whites were dealt last season.
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