Two fantastic saves in the first half helped his side hang in during a difficult spell and eventually take the points.
Put in a number of successful tackles and did not often let anyone have space or time down his side of the field.
Dealt easily with the threat from compatriot Van Wolfswinkel, and went about his business with authority.
Won most battles in the air and denied Snodgrass with a splendid last-ditch tackle.
Offered occasional support to Kasami on the right, but most importantly, he did not neglect his defensive duties.
Fell asleep during a crucial spell in the second half that nearly led to a Norwich goal, but his team-mates covered for him.
Kept driving at Whittaker and forced the Norwich man into a booking. A great outlet on the wings.
Set up the eventual game winner with a well-flighted set-piece. Not his most dynamic game, but he contributed tellingly in the end.
Worked hard in the middle, but he noticeably began to tire before his counterparts. Fatigue got the better of him in the end.
Resourceful in the attacking third and a real target in the air, flicking his team-mates into openings. One such glancing header set up Rodallega's goal.
Imperious in the air and a great target up front. Scored the game's winner by smashing in a close-range half-volley.
Made some solid stops in the second half when Fulham looked set to put the game to bed.
Fearless in the air and on the ground, and proved himself a real menace in the other box as well.
Came off second best in the air against the likes of Sidwell and Rodallega.
Given some trouble by Richardson, and picked up a yellow card for a foul that ended up leading to Fulham scoring the opening goal from the resulting set piece.
Never stopped running as usual, and managed to dig out a few choice balls from the right hand side.
Diligent in his defensive duties in the middle, but offered little otherwise. Coughed up possession more than once.
Loose marking on one or two set-pieces nearly cost his side, and he was not much more reliable on the ball either.
Smashed a rebound just wide of the target, but he was often second best against the opposition midfield.
Smashed a free-kick off the woodwork and was the most dangerous attacker for the visitors, which isn't saying much.
Though he escaped down the flanks once or twice, it was an isolated threat from an often frustrated figure.
R. van Wolfswinkel
Nearly scored with a clever close-range volley, but wasted a great opening with a poor pass. Subbed off after another poor showing.