Scott Parker was happy with a point after their “scrappy” tie against Sean Dyche’s Burnley on Wednesday night time.
Burnley had been by far the higher side within the first half, however dropped their opponents as they entered the break level.
Fulham punished them for this early within the second half. The Clarets made a large number from Ademola Lookman’s corner, because the ball discovered its technique to the back post. Ola Aina had the important contact and Robbie Brady was unable to clear the road to save his side.
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Burnley responded well to fall behind, nevertheless, as they had been back level just three minutes later.
The equalizer was created by Jay Rodriguez as he moved down the fitting side. He sent an early ball to Ashley Barnes who finished calmly to make it 1-1.
That is the way it finished as Burnley stayed eight points away from Fulham within the final election spot.
Parker’s side have moved a point nearer to their nearest rivals Newcastle United. They now sit six points in opposition to the Magpies with 14 video games left of the season.
Chatting with Sky Sports activities after the sport, as reported by BBC Sport, Parker urged that his team needed to “re-group” earlier than Saturday’s recreation against Sheffield United:
“It is a robust place to come, the ball performs not a lot, it is scrappy. We bought our noses in entrance of us and had been disappointed with the goal we now have surrendered.
“We take the point although. That is 4 points thus far this week. After we get on we have to survive one thing. There have been one or two errors about their goal.
“I believed we had been stable, handled the specter of balls coming in however could not get our id on it.
“We’re re-grouping, it has been a busy week. Each recreation is big for us. Six points. This team has trustworthy perception and confidence. ”