Fulham rescued a draw at West Bromwich Albion thanks to substitute Ivan Cavaleiro’s 77th-minute strike, which keeps them above their relegation rivals.
The visitors went ahead on 10 minutes, when the returning Aleksandar Mitrovic found Bobby De Cordova-Reid, who fired in.
Fulham dominated the first half, with De Cordova-Reid striking a post on 18 minutes.
But two minutes after the restart, West Brom were level. Matheus Pereira’s cross was volleyed in by Kyle Bartley for the first home goal under Sam Allardyce.
Pereira put the Baggies ahead when he converted a cross from new signing and half-time substitute Mbaye Diagne.
Soon after Bartley’s shot went narrowly wide, Fulham were level. Harrison Reed’s great cross was turned in by Cavaleiro at the far post.
Fulham almost won it four minutes later but Mitrovic’s header was saved by Sam Johnstone.
The result keeps Fulham in 18th on 14 points, a place and two points above West Brom.