A brace from Mario Gomez and a headed goal from John Brooks ensured Fulham lost their final pre-season friendly of the summer at the hands of Wolfsburg.
Tom Cairney, Kevin McDonald and Neeskens Kebano were all absent from today's starting line-up as Slavisa Jokanovic gave a debut to Oliver Norwood, while Tomas Kalas made his second coming.
Fulham had a good chance to take the lead 13 minutes in when Stefan Johansen threaded a ball through the middle of the defence to find Sone Aluko, but his strike was too tame to trouble Koen Casteels.
Wolfsburg took the lead when Brooks rose highest to head in a looping header completely unmarked in the box, much to the dismay of David Button.
Oliver Norwood won Fulham a free kick with a nice bit of skill early in the second half, but Johansen's free kick was well saved by Casteels down to his right.
Gomez scored twice, first when he poked the ball under Button and then secondly when he scored a lovely header after the ball came in from the right to knock it down and into the net.
Button 5: Looked nervous when playing the ball out from the back and when collecting crosses.
Fredericks 6: Didn't get forward as often in the second half but looked solid defensively with very little coming down the Fulham right.
Sessegnon 6: Was pushed further forward in the second half but didn't see as much of the football as he did in the first half, but that was as a result of Wolfsburg's ability yo keep
Johansen 6: A good performance from Johansen as he took control of Fulham's midfield, showing the engine that made him such a prized asset last season. Was unlucky not to score from his volley but another good game.
Ayite 6: Was replaced on the hour mark by Odoi, and despite doing a lot of running didn't have too much of an impact on proceedings.
Ream 6: Had a decent game in the heart of defence with Kalas, despite a few scrappy moments. He'll be pleased with his contribution in the tackle and in the air.
Norwood 7: Looked better and better as the game went on and was very comfortable in possession of the football and wanted to make things work. My man of the match.
Piazon 5: Wasn't up to speed at all in this game and had very little impact, if any, on proceedings as he glided through the game.
Aluko 6: Continued wanting the ball and saw a lot of it the second half as he was pushed out onto the wing with the emergence of Woodrow.
Kalas 6: A good first game back from Kalas - he looked well up for today's game and did well marshaling the back with Ream, despite conceding two goals.
Cisse 6: Had a solid game in the middle of the park and spent a lot of time harassing and hurrying the Wolfsburg midfield, allowing them very little time on the football. His positioning was spot on for the most part - a decent game from Cisse.
Odoi 6: Was at fault for being out of position for Wolfsburg's third goal but apart from that didn't have too much to do and did what he did have to do well.
Woodrow 6: Didn't have much of an impact on proceedings as Wolfsburg stamped their mark on the game and allowed Fulham very little in terms of going forward.
O'Riley 6: Got on the ball a few times but didn't do enough of note in the game to stand out.
Djalo N/A: Wasn't on the pitch long enough to warrant a rating.