Should have been more aware of Gayle for his goal, but saved very well indeed from Dann just before the break. No chance with the second goal.
Was too slow to react for Gayle’s goal but made some key interceptions.
Very wasteful when in possession of the ball in the first period, constantly hoofing it aimlessly upfield. Improved after the break as Fulham got their feet on the ball a bit more.
Had a pretty torrid time up against Bolasie, allowing the winger to set-up a number of chances. Created a decent chance for Amorebieta, though. Brought off shortly into the second half.
Made some impact going forward - forcing one save and setting up a golden chance for Rodallega - but also occasionally wasteful. Didn’t have too much to do defensively with Palace concentrating on the other side.
Whipped in a few decent deliveries and saw one effort go narrowly over but, overall, needed to do a lot more with the ball. Replaced late in the game.
Was too often caught on the ball and, like Sidwell, moved it too slowing and without intention. Gave away a few stupid fouls - including the one that gave Gayle his second goal.
Made a bright start to the match, forcing a good save from Hennessey, but was forced off midway through the first half after being taken out by Chamakh.
Had a decent effort blocked from on the line but, in general, lacked ideas and creativity going forward.
Largely ineffective but saw very little of the ball - headed wide from six yards out, when he was unmarked and had the whole goal to aim at. Did set up Woodrow’s goal.
Had a decent game. Looked enthusiastic and lively as he buzzed around the Palace box. Got his breakthrough with a wonderfully taken first senior goal in the second half, turning Ward inside out.
Made a number of decent saves, namely from Kacaniklic and Amorebieta, whilst also looking confident under the high ball. No chance for David’s goal.
Solid game at the back but, in truth, had very little to deal with. Might have done more to get forward.
Forced a great save from Stockdale just before the break and was also solid at the back in a decent display.
Had little to do but did nothing wrong in a good game at the back for the visiting side.
His decent effort from range set-up the opener, before he went close himself after half-time, as he put in another solid display. Maybe allowed Woodrow to turn him too easily for the equaliser.
Showed far more urgency than the Fulham players he came up against, successfully breaking down a number of moves and driving his side forward.
Went close with a good early chance, which he carved out himself, but went missing for long periods as the game went on. Replace by Puncheon with 20 minutes left.
Terrorised Zverotic on a number of occasions with some neat footwork early on in the game, setting up a couple of chances and firing one off-target himself. Faded a little.
Another strong central midfield display from the Palace captain, who used the ball well when passing both short and long. Replaced in the second half after picking up a knock.
Buzzed around causing the centre-backs problems and was the only one to react to Ward’s shot, setting up his goal. Curled a superb free-kick past Stockdale for his second - after netting twice against Liverpool. Almost had a hat-trick when Murray’s shot rebounded off the bar and on to him, but it went just wide.
Didn’t cause the Fulham defence too many difficulties but linked up play well. Picked up a silly booking early on and was fortunate to escape a second in the second half - was replaced shortly after.
First-half replacement for Alexander Kacaniklic and looked dangerous straight away, producing a trick or two and some decent deliveries. Took a terrible dive in the Palace box which he was fortunate to avoid punishment for, though. Salvaged a point with a fantastic late goal on his debut.
Came on for the disappointing Zverotic early in the second half and was much more effective, driving Fulham forward on a number of occasions.
Came on for the injured Jedinak in the second half and, like the man he replaced, kept Palace ticking in the middle of the park.
Came on for Ince with around 20 minutes remaining and added legs to the cause.
Replaced Chamakh, who looked like losing his head, in the second half. Crashed a late chance against the bar.