Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri had his name sung by the visiting supporters, having guided Leicester to the Premier League title in 2016.
Fulham went into the game with the worst goal difference in the league having conceded 35 goals in 14 matches. But they peppered Kasper Schmeichel's goal with shots, registering 23 attempts.
Ranieri was satisfied with his team who are the only side in England's four professional divisions yet to keep a clean sheet this season
"A draw is OK. We have to fight and sooner or later we will win. Everybody is working hard to do their best and in the second half we had the match in our hands. But that’s football," the Italian told the BBC.
"We played a good team, who did well against Chelsea and Southampton. We were up and down in the game and we needed to manage it more," he said.
"I would like to congratulate my players for coming back, which is a good thing for our mentality. We believed in ourselves and that’s a good sign for the future." (Reporting by Christian Radnedge, Editing by Ed Osmond)
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