Date: 25th September 2017 at 7:27am
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Craven Cottage, this Saturday, witnessed another of those games whereby Fulham should have taken all three points on offer but managed to throw two away courtesy of a late equaliser from the opposition.

Incredibly, this is the third time it has happened at Craven Cottage already this season leaving Fulham trailing in 14th place as opposed to being amongst the promotion chasing pack.

Will it prove costly at the end of the season, only time will tell!

The game sprang into life late-on, when with four minutes to go, the Fulham substitute, Aboudakar Kamara scored his first goal for the club when he climbed to head in a cross from the impressive Ryan Sessegnon.

With just four minutes to go you hoped that Fulham could see this one out, but as has proven on previous occasions this season it wasn`t to be.

Middlesbrough, pushing forward for the equaliser, saw their full-back Cyrus Christie get into the penalty area and, with just two minutes to go, drilled a shot past David Button to give the visitors a share of the spoils.

Last season, Fulham were joint-top scorers in the Championship, hitting the net on 85 occasions, this time the goals are not so forthcoming.