BOSS Martin Jol admits he was disappointed his Fulham side failed to record only a second away win of the camapign at Norwich yesterday.
The Whites have only managed one win on their travels all season – at the DW Stadium – and they came within one minute of securing a win for a perfect end to 2011.
But Fulham were denied the three points after Norwich substitute Simeon Jackson popped up at the back post with a bullet header in the 94 th minute - only the Canadian's 2 nd goal of the campaign.
Martin Jol said: “In the first half we were the better team. It's disappointing we didn't score a second goal. We had three or four clear chances in the first half. Two goals would probably have been enough.”
Although the Dutchman was clearly upset with the result, he was pleased with his side's defending in the second half. He said: “The way we defended the second half was good, but we were maybe a bit deep at times.”
Although Fulham were both outstanding and at times pretty average, over the 90 minutes, a draw wasn't a bad result for either side.
“I can't say it [the result] was undeserved... they [Norwich] played well,” said Jol. “They are a good, energetic side. With their style, they're always capable of scoring a goal.”