Fulham caretaker manager, Scott Parker sharing a point with Chelsea would have been a fair result instead of 2-1 defeat in their Premier League tie on Sunday.
Gonzalo Higuain and Jorginho scored to inflict a losing start on Parker’s Fulham
Even when Calum Chambers had pulled one for the Cottagers.
Chelsea keeper Kepa continued to make good saves to twice deny and frustrate Aleksandar Mitrovic’s efforts.
However,Ryan Sessegnon had made a stoppage-time effort that was ruled out for offside.
”He looked offside, to be fair,’ Parker admitted.
”It’s minimal, but it’s the right call.
On the run of play second half, maybe speaking with my heart before analysing it, 2-2 would have been a fair result.
”That’s how I felt: a disallowed goal, the keeper’s pulled off a couple of world-class saves.
”You go from the best league in the world to the Championship, so there will be some restructuring, but that’s probably a conversation to have at the end of the season. Scott Parker added