Fulham missed the chance to move up to second place in the Championship as they were held to a draw at Millwall.
An exciting first half saw Aleksandar Mitrovic give Fulham the perfect start as he slid in Joe Bryan’s excellent curling cross having got between Millwall’s centre-backs.
But the hosts controversially levelled soon afterwards as Jon Dadi Bodvarsson stabbed home despite being in an offside position from what seemed to be a Tom Bradshaw flick-on.
The Lions should have been ahead 12 minutes later, but Jed Wallace struck a penalty against the top of the bar after Bryan had fouled Mahlon Romeo.
Neither side could find a winner after the break, despite Neeskens Kebano hitting the crossbar for Fulham in stoppage time.
Scott Parker’s Fulham drew level on points with second-placed Leeds, but are behind them on goal difference, while Millwall stay in 11th place.
More to follow.