Was well beaten for Sa’s opener and couldn’t have done much about it even if he wanted to.
Disappointing from the Scot. Was given a tough time by the Fulham attack as most of their forays forward were concentrated down Norwich’s right, or through the centre as Dembele and Frei gave him a lot to think about.
The former Sevilla and Liverpool man was making just his second Premier League start for Norwich, and it showed. Beaten easily by Sa for the opener, and looked uncomfortable whenever anyone ran at him.
The only one of Norwich’s backline to cover himself in glory as the young Spurs loanee was impressive in defence and tried to offer support in attack.
Struggled to cope with Sa’s movement and unpredictable nature. His passing out of defence was unusually poor considerating how good it was against Spurs on Tuesday.
The only one of Norwich’s midfield who showed great commitment. Drove forward at every opportunity and was always looking to create. Put himself about well despite being physically much smaller than the majority of players around him.
Similarly to Pilkington, had quite a bit of the ball, but like he did against Spurs, he cut inside way too often, effectively playing as another central midfielder. Stephen Kelly had an easy night, and that undoubtedly had something to do with Surman’s lack of activity.
For a winger, he didn’t put in a lot of crosses. Always tried to come inside, but rarely found any space or openings. Replaced by Bennett with 10 minutes to go.
Decent enough in possession, but was so lazy off it. Beaten very easily by Dembele in the build up to the first goal and seemed reluctant to close down often.
Very un-fantastic from Mr. Fox. He and his central partner Johnson were completely dominated and showed very little bite or combativeness in the midfield. Replaced at halftime for fan-favourite Grant Holt.
If the ball is hit towards Morison in the air, he might be able to do something with it, but don’t bother giving it to him along the ground, certainly not in this match anyway. His first touch was awful and his technical ability to get past players non-existent. Should have scored, but denied by Stockdale. Came off for Jackson with just over 20 minutes to play.
Solid display from Mark Schwarzer’s deputy. Denied Morison on a number of occasions and tipped Whitbread’s header on to the bar. Could do nothing about Jackson’s goal.
Given a tougher match than Kelly, but even then, Riise was still comfortable. Didn’t get forward too often, but did well enough against Pilkington. Struggled with Bennett when he came on however.
Easy afternoon for the Irishman. Surman was so insistent on coming inside, Kelly rarely had anyone to deal with. Morison tried his luck down the right a few times, but every time, Kelly dealt with him easily.
Dawdled on the ball quite often and was beaten in the air several times by Steve Morison. Always looks the weak-point in the Fulham defence and did so again.
Nothing spectacular, but rarely looked troubled by the Norwich attack. Morison concentrated on pressuring Senderos therefore Hangeland didn’t have too much to contend with in open play.
Quiet at first, but the 19 year-old burst into life with a brilliant run and shot down the left. Showed some flashes of his undoubted potential and caused Martin his fair-share of problems. Had an entertaining tussle with Martin in the second-half and was probably lucky not to get booked for a tackle on the Scot. Came off for Duff with 10 minutes left.
Did what he had to do with minimal fuss. Rarely dispossessed due to his accuracy with his passing. Came off with a knock with about 25 minutes to go.
Time and time again this season, the Belgian has shown his brilliance on the ball, and he showed the Norwich defence exactly what he is made of in the opening minutes, tearing through their midfield before passing to Sa. If he could add more goals to his repertoire, he’d be quite an asset.
Typically involved in almost everything Fulham did. Glided across the pitch and played in some very good passes for Sa to run on to. Given a free role, meaning Norwich couldn’t pick him up very often at all.
Gave the visitors the lead early on with a great finish from the edge of the box after skipping past Ayala. Went close moments later and showed very good understanding with Demebele throughout. Replaced by Sidwell with 10 minutes to go.
Didn’t do too much around the Norwich area, but the Costa Rican was so cool on the ball and breezed past his opponents with consummate ease at times. Will want to improve on his productivity, but is lovely to watch.