FULHAM halted a dismal run of five straight defeats by singing off for the season with a convincing away win at Swansea City.
Goals from Alex Kacaniklic, Dimitar Berbatov and Urby Emaunelson gave Martin Jol's Cottagers their final three points of the campaign at the Liberty Stadium.
It took a little over 20 minutes for Kacaniklic to open the scoring in Wales as the midfielder found the bottom corner after being played in by Emmanuel Frimpong.
Michael Laudrup must have had strong words for his Swansea players during the interval and they responded in the second period.
Fulham dropped deep and Pablo Hernandez was twice denied brilliantly by Mark Schwarzer as the visitors held onto their lead despite heavy pressure.
That pressure was eased with 13 minutes to go as Kacaniklic rounded Michel Vorm before squaring for an unmarked Berbatov to tap home a killer second.
Emanuelson rubbed salt into the wound by adding a third in stoppage time to see Jol's boys head into the summer break on the back of a morale-boosting victory.
WHITES: Schwarzer, Riise, Senderos, Hangeland, Riether, Frimpong (Karagounis – 67), Duff (Emanuelson – 73), Kacaniklic, Enoh, Berbatov (Rodallega – 87), Ruiz.
Subs (not used): Etheridge, Hughes, Frei, Petric.
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