Powerless to stop all three goals but gave an unsure performance. Flapped at crosses, spilled shots and was even knocked over by a Lampard free kick. Beginning to show his age.
A weak link in defence, Senderos was caught flat-footed far too often and failed to pick up Terry for both of the Chelsea captain's goals. Also poor on the ball, conceding possession cheaply on several occasions.
An constant outlet down the right flank, bursting up the touchline with verve and intent. Fizzed in several inch-perfect crosses which should have been converted. An excellent display.
Was forced to compensate for Senderos a lot, bailing out his hapless partner. Solid and commanding in the air, and passed the ball out from the back well.
Brought width down the left wing and defended well, curbing Hazard's advances up the line. Covered his team-mates well too. Brought off for Rodallega as Fulham attempted a comeback.
A really poor performance for the AC Milan loanee, who looked uncomfortable on the wing. Never took on Ivanovic and created very little for his side.
Brought real mobility and feistiness in midfield, something Fulham have often lacked this season. Tackled hard in midfield, though was not progressive enough on the ball.
The veteran midfielder, soon to be out of contract and evidently keen to impress, just about got the better of Chelsea's midfield. Always on the move, spreading passes and driving forward. Replaced by Frimpong.
Played from very deep, dropping into midfield to link and pull strings for Fulham. Showed his class with subtle touches and little flicks but not consistent enough. Ramires did a good job on him.
Ploughed a lone furrow up top, running the channels and harrassing Chelsea's centre-backs. Ineffective, though desperately devoid of service, and blocked Senderos' goalbound header while in an offside position.
Did not have his usual influence on the match when pushed out to the flank and struggled to affect the match. Missed a great chance in the opening minutes but prodded over.
The Czech shot-stopper has been in fantastic form recently and continued that run here. Made a number of vital stops to deny Fulham and exuded calmmess behind the Chelsea defence.
Rarely troubled by Emanuelson and was solid defensively but provided almost zero attacking impetus. Dived into a challenge on Petric that could, perhaps should, have been red-carded.
Looked worried by the pace of Petric and could have given away a penalty. Largely untroubled, though, and took his goals well, sneaking in behind Senderos and heading in from close range.
A willing runner down the left flank but let down by his end product. Frequently worried by the overlaps of Riether but kept Ruiz quiet. Gradually growing in stature.
Always looked forward when on the ball, probing Fulham with his passing, and capped his 100th Chelsea appearance with a fine goal, firing an unstoppable shot past Schwarzer from long range. A complete performance.
Covered a lot of ground in midfield, biting at heels and pressing aggressively. Busy, though not penetrative on the ball. Having worked tirelessly, he was repaced late on in the second half.
Posed very little threat and, when afforded time and space, he wasted it with ill-advised shots and wayward passes. A really poor showing.
Really struggled to make his impact felt, rarely beating his man or creating chances. Peripheral, he was replaced by Oscar in the second half.
Looked slow and wooden against Fulham's busier and more mobile midfield. Used the ball quite well but his role was largely reduced to shooting from range - with most if his efforts blocked or off-target.
A hit-and-miss performance from the Spaniard; he worked hard up front, closing down and winning back possession, but was wasteful in the final third. Scuffed volleys and sliced shots but held the ball up well.
Often looked tired and laboured but produced a moment of quality when it mattered with a fantastic deep cross towards Terry for the Blues' second goal. Set-pieces a threat throughout.