Aston Villa midfielder Albert Adomah was surprised by how Fulham continued to control possession after going a goal down, revealing it's the first time he's played against a side who has done that.
John Terry's first Villa goal put them in front against Slavisa Jokanovic's before Stefan Johansen equalised, but Adomah's second half goal ensured the home side would take all three points.
Fulham's style of play is well noted in that they like to keep possession and try to dominate the game, eventually working into goal scoring opportunities, but Lambeth-born Adomah revealed it's the first time he's played against a side that continued that style of play despite being a goal down.
He said: "It's the first time I've played against a team who kept the ball so well when they went 1-0 down.
"Usually when teams go 1-0 down, they start kicking the ball long but they still tried to pass it and I think that's the way they play.
"Some games you're not always going to be able to attack – it was a game of two halves.
"You could tell towards the end that Fulham were more dominant which is always what happens in the Championship.
"Sometimes you're dominant in the first half and then you have to grind it out in the second, which we did.
"Everything – I think the match tempo was right and even though they went 1-0 down, Fulham kept the ball and we just had to press them high, which we did really well.
"We also defended really well and got the goals."