Steve Sidwell: The midfielder opened the scoring for Fulham before Gareth McAuley headed home an equaliser
A late header from Gareth McAuley rescued a point for West Brom as they fought out a 1-1 draw with Fulham at Craven Cottage.
Chances were few-and-far between in the early stages of the game, but it was the hosts who opened the scoring midway through the first half when Steve Sidwell fired past Boaz Myhill on the turn after Alexander Kacaniklic's corner fell into his path.
West Brom came closest to equalising twice through Chris Brunt with the Northern Ireland international's strike from distance just evading the post before a speculative 40-yard free-kick almost caught David Stockdale off guard.
The visitors started the second-half brightly and Stockdale was called into action again in the early stages when Anichebe charged through on goal, but his effort was fired straight into the arms of the goalkeeper.
Dimitar Berbatov found himself denied by the offside flag twice, with a marginally close call ruling out his second attempt before he almost doubled Fulham's lead with an acrobatic effort after a neat ball from Ruiz.
The introductions of Scott Sinclair, James Morrison and Saido Berahino gave West Brom an added impetus and they eventually levelled when Gareth McAuley guided Brunt's last-minute corner past a helpless Stockdale.
Source : http://www1.skysports.com/football/live/match/287318/report