Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic rued his side's penalty troubles after conceding two in the 2-2 draw against Norwich at Craven Cottage.
The Whites were undone inside 20 minutes when Scott Malone brought down Josh Murphy, and Graham Dorrans converted with ease.
Cameron Jerome won the second penalty for Alex Neill's men when he was adjudged to have been pushed by Malone , which again Dorrans converted before the break.
Jokanovic believes it was the players who took action, rather than a rallying half time talk.
He said: "[I said] Nothing special [at half time]. Be professional. Work all together. Look to sore one goal and after that we can score some goals more. Try to be more aggressive.
"We made many mistakes today in first half, it was going to be 0-0, but after two big penalties, we go into half time two goals down. We showed better performance, more organisation, we played good football, scored two goals, we could have scored more.
"I want to say many positive things."
The Serbian head coach was left pointing to the start of September and a mysterious inability to convert penalties or not concede them.
"Today we made two penalties, against QPR we missed two penalties, against Birmingham made two penalties. So many big mistakes, but generally I believe it is necessary to be more solid," he added.
"I don't expect us to make 21, 22 fouls, we can improve this. For the first penalty we had an opportunity to cut it out, but we cut it in our box."