Match ends, Fulham 1, Leeds United 1.
Steve Evans began his managerial reign at Leeds United with a draw as Chris Wood's second-half penalty secured a point at Fulham in the Championship.
French striker Moussa Dembele gave Fulham the lead at Craven Cottage with a superb solo effort.
But New Zealand forward Wood converted from the spot after Dembele's second-half handball.
Evans, 52, was named as Uwe Rosler's successor as head coach on Monday following the German's sacking.
Sixth time lucky?
Evans, who was appointed on a rolling contract by Leeds owner Massimo Cellino, is the sixth manager since the Italian took over in April 2014.
The former Rotherham boss promised to bring "winning and attacking football" to Leeds when he was unveiled at Elland Road on Tuesday.
However, like his predecessors over the past 18 months under Cellino, he was unable to start his tenure with a victory.
The draw at least ended a run of three defeats, lifting Leeds to 18th in the table with 12 points from 12 games. They travel to bottom side Bolton on Saturday.
Leeds fell behind against the run of play when Dembele darted between Leeds defenders Liam Cooper and Sol Bamba and angled a shot inside Marco Silvestri's near post.
Fulham pressed for a second but the visitors showed resilience and equalised through Wood's penalty.
Cottagers goalkeeper Joe Lewis twice denied Mirco Antenucci late on to ensure the points were shared.
'The minimum the fans want is passion'
"I told the players tongue in cheek I had a contract until Friday and said they would leave before then if they did not give me passion," Evans told BBC Radio 5 live.
"This is a proud football club and, with the tradition it has, the minimum the fans will want to see is passion.
"The away end tonight had probably 5,000 Leeds fans in full voice and they were in full voice because they were probably proud of the team."
Fulham boss Kit Symons:
"It was a poor night. In the end we have got to be thankful for a point.
"Joe Lewis had a great performance which I am thankful for, but there were not too many other good performances.
"I haven't spoken to the chairman but I will in the next few days. He wants us to kick on and push the club up to where we want to be, which is up near the play-offs.
"But he has been very supportive and I am sure that will continue."
- 33BurnBooked at 90mins
- 3GarbuttBooked at 90mins
- 21ChristensenSubstituted forKacaniklicat 68'minutes
- 23O'HaraBooked at 45mins
- 18PringleSubstituted forFredericksat 64'minutes
- 25DembeleBooked at 40minsSubstituted forWoodrowat 84'minutes
- 15DallasSubstituted forPhillipsat 86'minutes
- 8MurphySubstituted forBotakaat 58'minutes
- 23L CookBooked at 90mins
- 9WoodSubstituted forBuckleyat 70'minutes
- Keith Hill
- Shots on Target
Second Half ends, Fulham 1, Leeds United 1.
Attempt blocked. Alexander Kacaniklic (Fulham) right footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Richard Stearman.
Corner, Fulham. Conceded by Kalvin Phillips.
Offside, Leeds United. Sam Byram tries a through ball, but Sol Bamba is caught offside.
Lewis Cook (Leeds United) is shown the yellow card.
Luke Garbutt (Fulham) is shown the yellow card.
Dan Burn (Fulham) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
Foul by Dan Burn (Fulham).
Mirco Antenucci (Leeds United) wins a free kick on the right wing.
Ross McCormack (Fulham) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
Foul by Kalvin Phillips (Leeds United).
Corner, Leeds United. Conceded by Ryan Tunnicliffe.
Attempt blocked. Tom Adeyemi (Leeds United) header from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Kalvin Phillips with a cross.
Foul by Ryan Fredericks (Fulham).
William Buckley (Leeds United) wins a free kick on the right wing.
Corner, Leeds United. Conceded by Joe Lewis.
Attempt saved. Mirco Antenucci (Leeds United) left footed shot from outside the box is saved in the top left corner. Assisted by Lewis Cook.
Luke Garbutt (Fulham) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
Foul by Mirco Antenucci (Leeds United).