Fulham were held to a ninth draw of the season as they were unable to convert dominance into goals in a draw with West Ham United at Craven Cottage.
West Ham started brightly, with Jarrod Bowen inches away from connecting with Aaron Cresswell’s 13th-minute cross, before Jesse Lingard teed up Tomas Soucek, who headed over.
Fulham’s best first-half chance fell to Ademola Lookman, who shot just wide from the edge of the area.
The hosts started the second half brightly, Bobby De Cordova-Reid volleying narrowly over and Ruben Loftus-Cheek finding the side-netting when through on goal.
Vladimir Coufal hit the bar with a header for the Hammers and Tosin Adarabioyo headed a corner over at the other end before Soucek saw red after a VAR review in stoppage time for an elbow on Aleksandar Mitrovic.
A fifth away league match unbeaten leaves West Ham a point and a place behind Liverpool in fourth.
Fulham stay 18th with 15 points, eight fewer than Burnley in 17th.