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Conservative Spurs caught cold by Cavaleiro equaliser

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Scott Parker and Jose Mourinho had clashed in the build-up to this quickly re-arranged fixture but it was Fulham who made their point with a thoroughly-deserved point.

For all of Fulham's organisation and fine approach play they lacked punch.



On 74 minutes, Lookman beat Davinson Sanchez, too easily, on the left wing and crossed - with Eric Dier caught on his heels - and Ivan Cavaleiro rose to plant his header past Lloris.



After the war of words, Fulham did their talking on the pitch.

Eventually Parker turned to Lookman - Aleksandar Mitrovic was not even in the squad - and he immediately provided an impetus, drawing a foul and then forcing a sliding block with Fulham sensing there was still something to gain from the game.

It was no less than Fulham deserved with Spurs punished for their conservative approach to the second half.

Mourinho had demanded an apology if Parker fielded his full-strength team - the Fulham manager can argue he did not do that until the winger arrived.
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