Fulham had an afternoon to forget as they were heavily beaten by Bristol City and had Kevin McDonald sent off.
Chelsea loanee Tammy Abraham scored his 10th goal of the season against the run of play with the Whites dominating the first half as they did in their EFL Cup tie on Wednesday.
However, the Robins took control after the break and Luke Freeman made it 2-0 after an amazing run from Lee Tomlin.
Bobby Reid made it three after robbing Jozabed on the edge of the penalty area and driving the ball past David Button.
McDonald was then sent off with 10 minutes to go for a challenge on Callum O'Dowda the match before Aden Flint fired home from a yard to complete the rout.
Below are five talking points to come away from the contest.
Sessegnon – where he needs to improve
Ryan Sessegnon has shown his class for Fulham this season. The 16-year-old is a threat going forward and has a vicious cross on him.
However, the full back can be exposed defensively and allowed Jamie Paterson the freedom of Craven Cottage to tee up Tammy Abraham for Bristol City's first goal.
Sessegnon is still raw and will only improve with game-time and experience. He's not the finished product yet but he can get to any level he wants in the game with the right attitude.
Lack of cutting edge
Aside from Tammy Abraham's goal Fulham dominated the first half and should have scored on at least one occasion.
The final ball or shot was what was lacking from their play and, much like the EFL Cup encounter, was what ultimately cost them.
The link-up play to Chris Martin needs to improve and, when it does, Fulham will be firing on all cylinders.
Home woes continue
Since beating Newcastle on the opening night of the season, Fulham have struggled at Craven Cottage in the Championship.
They did have an impressive extra time win against Middlesbrough but, in the league, they have been unable to take three points.
Fans' expectations may be a reason with Fulham supporters, especially in the Johnny Haynes Stand quick to get on the players' back.
McDonald red harsh
On first sight, Kevin McDonald's red card for a late challenge on Callum O'Dowda was on the harsh side.
He appeared to lead with one foot and, although he caught him late, a yellow card could well have sufficed.
It wouldn't have changed the result but it would do nothing to brighten the mood of Slavisa Jokanovic.
Time to bounce back
Fulham have a chance to bounce back from this defeat when they travel to Nottingham Forest on Tuesday.
They will have to find a way to work better as a team as they are unable to completely click as a side.