BREDE Hangeland believes justice was done after Bobby Zamora's controversial last-gasp penalty which gave Fulham three points against Blackburn.
It looked like the softest of fouls by Grant Hanley on Aaron Hughes for ref Mark Clattenburg to punish, but the Whites defender felt Fulham merited their slice of good fortune.
“I watched it on the replay and I thought he held Aaron down,” said Hangeland (pictured).
“Sometimes they don't give a penalty, but I think we had a big penalty shout before [when Andrew Johnson was clipped by Christopher Samba] and I thought overall we deserved it.
“I also thought their second goal was handball and over the touchline.”
The Norwegian added: “I felt that we were the better team, even though they battled really well and came back into the game twice.
“It was really nice to get that goal at the end and for Bobby to score it.
“It was a great moment for everyone involved in the club and especially for him, of course.
We've missed him, but it was there for everyone to see today that he's back. I'm very happy for him.”