MARTIN Jol hailed veteran keeper Mark Schwarzer after his late heroics earned Fulham a point at Sunderland.
The Australian somehow managed to keep out Stephane Sessegnon's deflected injury-time effort as it ended goalless at the Stadium of Light.
And Jol admits he's satisfied with a point.
"He [Schwarzer] does that all the time,” said the Whites boss. “He's got a lot of experience and great quality, so I am happy he is our goalkeeper.
"If you play well away from home and you have five of six chances, maybe you deserve something," the Dutchman said.
"They had a few good players up front, but I don't think it was good enough to say they should have won this game. Of course, they were playing at home with this crowd.
"I can't say it was pleasing because we needed the three points, but I can live with it because after the first 20 minutes and with the shot at the end, we could have lost it as well."
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