Fulham suffered another late equaliser at the Cottage as they drew 1-1 with Cardiff City - a result that means the side are still without a home win this season.
They looked good at times and deserved a goal, which came through Ryan Sessegnon after Floyd Ayite's shot was parried into the 17-year-old's path to tuck home.
The equaliser came courtesy of a man who looked solid all game, Tomas Kalas, as his rushed clearance from a free kick fell to the opposition, and three passes later that ball was on the head of Danny Ward and in the back of the net.
Here's what we took from the game.
Ibrahima Cisse struggled with the physicality of the game
Jokanovic decided to go with Cisse instead of Oliver Norwood to replace Tom Cairney, but it proved to be the wrong choice with the 23-year-old really struggling with the physicality of the game - something he was brought in to try and deal with.
Cardiff are a strong side - they play tough football and they are very good at it.
Cisse was brought in to try and deal with some of the physicality that they possessed in the midfield through Aron Gunnarsson and Joe Ralls, but it didn't work for Cisse who was on his backside far too often.
He was hauled off in the second half for Norwood who looked a lot more comfortable in the midfield and produced the passes from midfield that the side were lacking somewhat.
Whether it's a need to adapt to the Championship or something else, Cisse needs to build on his performance and ensure he's not so easily pushed off the ball when faced with a combative opponent - Junior Hoilett should not be shoulder barging anyone to the ground, let alone Cisse.
The defence look good but a single mistake came back to bite Fulham
For the most part, Fulham's defence looked strong as a unit with David Button having very little in terms of saves to do.
But again, a single mistake and lapse in concentration has come round to bite Fulham.
Kalas was immense yesterday - he won everything in the air, he was physical and he got the timings of his tackles spot on, but one mistake from the Czech meant Fulham had to share the points instead of take all three.
I've enjoyed watching Kalas and Tim Ream play together at centre back this season, they look like they're on the same page now and look a very solid partnership which was lacking before the latter part of the previous season.
But this is the second time at the Cottage this season that Fulham have conceded late after going a goal up, and they need to cut it out sharpish as they look to charge up the table.
I've said it before - Championship titles are built on defence and Jokanovic's side need to figure out how top leaking these late goals.
Aboubakar Kamara looks raw but has a lot to learn
Kamara was Fulham's only fit striker, but Jokanovic opted for the false nine formation with Ayite playing up top, flanked by Sessegnon and new boy Yohan Mollo.
He came on late in the second half as Fulham pushed for a goal, and despite showing a willingness to use himself as a sort of battering ram to run at Sol Bamba he didn't have the bests of games.
Kamara has tonnes of pace and he's a raw striker who needs to adapt and learn about Championship football, but his touch was poor yesterday while his crossing was even worse.
He excited the crowd when he got on the ball and knocked it past Bamba, but in my view it was more about the race than any actual hope of something happening afterwards, and more often than not nothing did happen after,
He's only 22 however, so things can only improve for Kamara as he gets used to England and the pace of the Championship.
There were glimpses of how good Fulham can be
Despite the side not yet reaching the same level of performance as last season, there are signs that they can still play at that level.
Cardiff weren't able to live with Fulham when they got their act together and produced what we all know they can do - Sessegnon was unlucky not to score earlier when a intricate piece of play saw the ball go from Stefan Johansen to Ayite to Sessegnon all with one touch and all in the space of a few seconds.
Neil Warnock was complimentary after the game once again about Fulham's style - once a full strength Fulham get it going again I get the feeling someone is in for a battering.