Relegated Fulham ruined Eddie Howe's 500th game as a manager by beating Bournemouth 1-0 at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday to secure their first away Premier League win of the season.
Aleksandar Mitrovic scored the only goal from the penalty spot after 53 minutes after the striker had been brought down by a careless challenge from Jack Simpson. The defender would never have been on the pitch had it not been for a bizarre series of injuries as Adam Smith was hurt in the warm-up and his replacement Junior Stanislaus went off after 23 minutes.
The result gave Fulham, who beat Everton last week, their first back-to-back Premier League wins since April 2014.
Mitrovic paid tribute to Fulham's long-suffering fans, who had seen them take just two points on the road all season.
"It was unbelievable; since we were relegated everywhere we go our stand is full -- we have the best fans in the world, we really appreciate this," the striker said. "This season they were world class and deserve more.
"We need to keep fighting, playing for us, playing for them, for the club. We showed we can play in the Premier League. Of course we are really disappointed."