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By Matt Davis

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  1. 'A missed opportunity'

    Fulham 1-1 Wolves

    Fulham

    Claudio Ranieri speaking to BBC Sport: "I am a little bit frustrated but the draw is right. Yes we missed the opportunity, but it's ok.

    "It was a good performance from my players, everyone understood the problem and working for the problem.

    "When you are bottom, you have to fight, take chances, continue to fight, I am satisfied with the performance. It was only the second match we play with this system.

    On Sessegnon: "He is a very good young player, he has to improve tactically, when we have the ball on the counter attack he is very dangerous.

    "I am positive, we saw the players believe in what we do."

  2. 'Too many games'

    FT: Fulham 1-1 Wolves

    Wolves

    Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo, speaking to BBC Sport:

    "Honestly I felt when Fulham scored it was unfair because we had so much of the ball and looked more likely to score but this is the game. I am very happy with our second-half performance but in the first half we didn't quite get in the game, it was not well played because there was no space. Fulham were so well organised, they allowed us possession but were so compact, and we know how good Claudio is shaping his teams.

    "After half-time the players that came in for us gave width and we managed to play much better in the second half. I think we were closer [to winning], our attitude was more active in going for the game, Fulham did not risk, always looking for counter attacks.

    "My emotions are that we have to work hard because on Saturday we have another difficult game but clearly the first half did not work. We have to rest well, recover and go for the next one. It is too many games honestly, but I respect, and the atmosphere in the stadiums is fantastic. Merry Christmas to everyone and enjoy it."

  3. 'The draw is the right result'

    Fulham 1-1 Wolves

    Fulham

    Claudio Ranieri speaking to Sky Sports: "I think the draw could be right, we make a good first-half, they make a second-half better than us. We were a little unlucky with the last chance for Mitrovic, the ball did not want to come inside.

    "But it's ok, we are improving, I am satisfied with the performance, we had good organisation.

    "It is the second match we play with the system and shape.

    "We are bottom from the beginning, every match is crucial and important, but I see a good reaction from my players."

  4. 'A tough game'

    FT: Fulham 1-1 Wolves

    Wolves

    Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo, speaking to Sky Sports: "It was a tough game, in the first half both teams were cautious and trying to play but the second half was totally different. We had a lot of the ball but Fulham are so organised there are no spaces and it became difficult.

    "When they scored I felt it was unfair, because we had so much of the ball, even though we had no clear chances we were closer to scoring and we were rewarded with our goal. It's proof that as the season goes on these kind of games will be more likely, because the results mean so much to teams that games are not so open."

  5. 'We'll be OK'

    Fulham 1-1 Wolves

    Fulham

    Fulham winger Ryan Sessegnon, speaking to Sky Sports: "We were in a bit of a tough spot, with that run of games without a win, but two points from two matches, that will give us confidence now, especially defensively. Once we try and score a few more goals I think we'll be OK."

  6. 'I want to cry'

    FT: Fulham 1:1 Wolves

    Fulham

    Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic, speaking to Sky Sports: "It was just one of those days, where everything you do is right but in the end you are unlucky. I think I did everything right, just the ball did not want to go in, so, very disappointing.

    "I played a good game today but I missed the goals. I want to cry, trust me, but that's football."

  7. 'Two points dropped for Fulham'

    Fulham 1-1 Wolves

    Kevin Kilbane

    Former Republic of Ireland winger on Final Score

    I think it's two points dropped for Fulham. You go in front in the 75th minute but don't see it through... They played quite well but Wolves continued to knock on the door. Ranieri has tried to shore things up and you can see the difference already but you've got to see the game out.

  8. 'Fulham have to improve defensively'

    Fulham 1-1 Wolves

    Dion Dublin

    Ex-Aston Villa striker on Final Score

    It's a valuable point for Fulham but it could have been all three. For me, they seem to switch off so easy and leave their back four marking more than four players. Going forward they're not bad, but they've got to improve defensively.

  9. Fulham's leaky defence

    Fulham 1-1 Wolves

    Here are the match stats:

    • Fulham have conceded in all but one of their last 23 Premier League fixtures.
    • Wolves have scored 75% of their Premier League goals in the second half of their games this season (15/20), the highest proportion in the competition.
    • This was Wolves’ 100th league game played on Boxing Day, making them just the second side to play as many on the date (after West Bromwich Albion).
    • Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic mustered seven shots in the first-half, the most of any player in the first 45 minutes of a Premier League game this season.
    • Since his league debut in August 2016, Ryan Sessegnon has been directly involved in more league goals (inc. playoffs) than any other Fulham player (23 goals, 14 assists)
  10. Saiss' late equaliser denies Fulham win

    Romain Saiss

    Here's the full report as Fulham miss out on their third Premier League win of the season as Romain Saiss snatches a late equaliser for Wolves at Craven Cottage.

  11. 'They got a bit nervous'

    Fulham 1-1 Wolves

    Mark Schwarzer

    Former Fulham keeper on BBC Radio 5 Live

    “Fulham could have been two-nil or three-nil ahead at half-time, it didn’t happen.

    "But they took the positives and it looked like that if they did score they would hold on. However, the minute they scored they got a bit nervous, dropped deeper and deeper with that natural sense of preservation and ultimately that led to their downfall.”

  12. Post update

    The one positive for Fulham fans is they are off the bottom of the table.

    A point means they move to 19th and replace Huddersfield, who prop up the league and face Manchester United later.

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    Fulham 1-1 Wolves

    SMS Message: Why is nobody pointing the finger at the goalkeeper for that wolves goal? Decides not to go for the cross but dives sideways anyways? Awful from Fulham. from James
    James
  14. Post update

    That will go down as a huge missed chance by Fulham.

  15. 'Great defending'

    Fulham 1-1 Wolves

    Mark Schwarzer

    Former Fulham keeper on BBC Radio 5 Live

    “Coady did brilliantly, he did really well to stay on his feet until the last moment, great defending.”

  16. FULL-TIME

    Fulham 1-1 Wolves

    Fulham miss out on three crucial points.

  17. CLOSE!

    Fulham 1-1 Wolves

    It should be in.

    Heartbreak for Mitrovic.

    Fulham go route one to the Serbian, he controls it, gets his shot away, it's deflected over Rui Patricio and is trickling in, until Conor Coady slides in and just manages to keep the ball from crossing the line.

    Aleksandar Mitrovic
  18. 'Too easy for Wolves'

    Fulham 1-1 Wolves

    Mark Schwarzer

    Former Fulham keeper on BBC Radio 5 Live

    “It was coming. Fulham just couldn’t get out, they were dropping deeper and deeper, not putting enough pressure on the ball.

    “Tom Cairney didn’t track his runner and it was too easy for Wolves to get in behind. It was the perfect ball to the far post, the goal was a bit scrappy in the end but for Wolves it won’t matter as the ball ended up in the net.”

  19. GOAL - Fulham 1-1 Wolves

    Romain Saiss

    Another scrappy goal.

    Ivan Cavaleiro with a ball across the box, Joe Bryan gets there, stops it with his foot, then falls over, it look likes the Fulham defender's hand is touching the ball on the floor, and amid the confusion, Saiss steams in and slams the ball home.

    Romain Saiss