Fulham 1- 1 Leeds
Fulham drew their third consecutive match as Steve Evans took a point from Craven Cottage on his return to Championship management.
Moussa Dembele fired the hosts in front against the run of play before a second-half penalty from Chris Wood saw the hosts throw away yet another lead this season.
And Kit Symons was made to rue another lacklustre performance from the Cottagers as they seemed flat from start to finish.
Stuart Dallas spurned an early opportunity to give the visitors the lead when he volleyed wide after less than a minute.
The game seemed set to be explode into life when Ross McCormack fired an effort narrowly wide from 25 yards after cutting inside.
Evans’ men were proving to be the better of the two sides in scrappy affair, but the Cottagers took the lead when Dembele collected the ball on the right, slid inside three men and placed the ball underneath Marco Silvestri.
Lasse Vigen Christensen may have doubled the lead for the Whites shortly after the break when he initiated a smart counter-attack, only to see his shot blocked.
And the away side’s pressure finally told when the Whites failed to clear a corner and Ben Pringle was penalised for handling the ball.
Wood placed the ball beyond Joe Lewis, who got a hand to the ball but couldn’t keep it out.
The Cottagers fans were screaming for a red card
when Silvestri came to the edge of his box to punch the ball away from Ryan Fredericks, however he seemed to be inside his area.
Dallas then forced a wonderful save from the Fulham keeper just ten minutes from time, after he unleashed a rocket towards the top corner which Lewis did well to keep out.
The visitors continued press and Antenucci may have won it when he floated a brilliant effort towards goal which Lewis again did wonderfully to keep out in the final minute.
But the Whites may have stolen an unlikely win when Dan Burn connected with a 94th minute corner but it was cleared away by the opposing defence.