Evan Ferguson's passed finish gave the hosts a lead they deserved midway through the first half, and Fulham barely saw the ball in the first 45 minutes.
But Joao Palhinha smashed in a leveller for Fulham, who stay 14th in the table after picking up a point on the south coast.
Dom Smith was on hand to rate the Fulham performances from the Amex…
Torn to shreds down the win by Kaoru Mitoma in one jinking run from the Japanese. Otherwise assured.
Made one impressing marauding overlapping run with the ball and finally a Premier League start — his third — went well for him.
Tim Ream 6
Gave away one silly just outside the area when Pascal Gross span him, but otherwise tidy.
Some misplaced passes in the first half left his manager shouting at the turf, and he was caught on his heels a few times too. Booked. Somewhat redeemed himself with a late goal-saving block.
His bouncing header from a corner had Jason Steele scrambling. Put himself about.
Joao Palhinha 8
Flew into every tackle like it was his last and unleashed a second-half pile-driver to earn Fulham a point.
After he settled into game, was able to keep Fulham in possession with close control and technical ability.
Bobby De Cordova-Reid 6
Hooked a glorious volleyed chance over the bar when he should have controlled before firing on goal.
Never stopped running, and even helped out with some defensive work.
Just doesn't look the same player since before his head injury. Worse at holding up the ball than usual, and still yet to score for Fulham, and hasn't scored a Premier League goal in 32 games.
Andreas Pereira (Reed, 58') 6
Dropped due to poor form but played better here.
Rodrigo Muniz (Jimenez, 58') 6
Nearly scored an incredible backheel flick.
Harry Wilson (De Cordova-Reid, 58') 7
Assisted Fulham's only goal.
Tom Cairney (Willian, 86') N/A
Sasa Lukic (Iwobi, 90+2') N/A
Not used: Rodak, Ballo-Toure, Tanton, De Fougerolles