Could do little for Dempsey's opener, made a couple of saves in the first half but his main role was to marshall his defence. In the second half he grew in stature, and made a handful of great saves to ensure a share of the points.
Manuel da Costa
Not afraid to get physical, he struggled to keep track of the movement of the opposition front two.
Decent performance from the Welshman, although well be disappointed his countryman Davies managed to work the opener from his area of the pitch.
An impressive performance from the Englishman, despite the lack of a clean sheet. Made a number of vital late interventions despite the heavy pressure from Fulham's attackers.
A mixed bag from the Dane, occasionally looked good on the ball but was caught out more than once by Johnson and was perhaps a touch lucky not to give away a penalty.
Robin to Parker's Batman, the young midfielder ran his heart out but perhaps could have done more with a couple of chances that came his way.
Looked lively and influential throughout the game, particularly in the first half. Faded as the game went on, but showed there is still some life in him yet.
Motivated his side and had them pushing forward, but occasionally left his backline exposed to the counter-attack.
Gave Salcido too much room to operate in defensively, and didn't quite make enough of an impact going forward. A slightly disappointing day, resulting in his early withdrawal.
Lively and heavily involved early on, the French forward seemed to fade quickly and wasn't on hand as a number of inviting balls were thrown into the box. That changed in the second half, however, as he rose highest to score the Hammers' crucial equaliser.
Helped by the fact a number of West Ham's shots on goal went wide, but made a few smart saves – from crosses and shots — to keep his clean sheet.
Covered ground up and down the left flank, making goal-line clearances one minute and firing in appetising crosses the next. Looks a real player, who adds balance to his side at both ends.
Safe, solid, unspectacular. Came about even in his battle with Piquionne in a dependable enough display.
Dependable enough performance from the Northern Irish international. Was occasionally troubled at the back but didn't give anything away for free.
Quite first half in which he failed to make much of an impact. Grew into the game more in the second half, but service from the left wasn't quite up to scratch.
Somewhat fortunate to provide the assist for Dempsey's opener, but deserved after some fine build-up play to precede it.
A competent shield in midfield, distributed the ball without being overly ambitious although did occasionally struggle to contain West Ham as they flowed forward.
Showed his usual fine array of passing, which caused the West Ham defence a number of problems. The brains behind his side's efficient use of the ball in attack.
Provided the cutting edge the game had been lacking with his first-half volleyed finish. Had a number of other opportunities for his side, as West Ham's defenders struggled to contain him.
A promising performance from the much-maligned American forward. Showed good intelligence with his runs in behind the opposition defence, and was not afraid to take on the goalkeeper as the opportunity arose.
- 38 N. Etheridge
- 4 J. Paintsil
- 32 R. Halliche
- 27 J. Greening
Injury-time replacement for Davies.
Replaced the average Duff. Failed to make too much headway in his 30 minutes or so.
Replaced Johnson late on. The last great chance of the game fell to him, but he only managed to blast it over.