Fulham kept their Championship automatic promotion hopes alive as they came from behind to beat Queens Park Rangers and put an end to their post-lockdown losing sequence.
Scott Parker’s side had lost both games since resuming their season to two of their main rivals, Brentford and Leeds United.
But, despite trailing inside a minute to a Jordan Hugill header, Fulham had the character and spirit to come back and beat their west London rivals.
Harry Arter levelled after 21 minutes when he cut inside from the right and beat QPR keeper Liam Kelly at his near post with a low left-footed shot that the former Scotland Under-21 man ought to have done better with.
Cyrus Christie then claimed all three points with a 75th-minute stunner – the full-back’s first league goal for Fulham on his 52nd appearance.
More to follow.