After a particularly quiet first half, was tested severely in the second - proving equal to Maloney's strike before making a couple of decent stops from Di Santo.
Threats down his side were kept to a minimum though could have had a bigger impact bombing on in the first half when Fulham were firmly on top.
Constant drives forward were an impressive part of his side's attacking dynamic, with the full-back slipping in Karagounis to break the deadlock.
Too often sought to pump long balls early on, before being given a second half run-around by Di Santo
Defended well to begin with but as Wigan clicked through the gears, his afternoon became more and more disjointed.
Moment of class - stepping on to the ball, shimmying and firing in off the post from 18 yards out to give his side the lead - nearly proved the difference. Became over-ran as game drew on.
Showed the odd spark but never effected the game in a sustained manner.
Played out on the right and cut in on his left foot to present Figueroa with plenty of food for thought. Waned in influence.
Provided the graft up top that Berbatov doesn't, while also mirroring his strike partner's inventiveness with a few clever touches of his own.
Played from deep in his side's midfield though Fulham looked much better when he burst through the middle and linked up with Berbatov
Displayed his usual array of tricks and feints without ever really threatening Al Habsi's goal.
Ali Al Habsi
Absolutely no chance with Karagounis' strike yet otherwise found himself with very little to do.
Was kept busy by the dual threat of Riether and Duff down the right, who were equally happy to test the defender both inside and out. Was penned back in his own half for the majority of the game.
With Wigan's wing backs virtually camped in their own half, the numerical advantage meant Ramis was never fully overwhelmed.
Vicious delivery from the right should have been converted by Di Santo but, spending long periods sat back defensively, found limited chances to attack effectively. Dramatic clearance off the line saved his team at the death.
Defended stoutly with Fulham largely restricted to shots from distance.
Fully anonymous in Wigan's attack until his driven effort forced Schwarzer to tip onto the bar.
Carelessness in possession sometimes led to Wigan being unable to effectively build on their possession and was replaced just after the hour mark
Missing in action for large stretches in a game he struggled to find a foothold in.
Was here, there and everywhere though found himself outsmarted at every turn by the impressive combination of Ruiz and Karagounis.
Had to double-up to aid Figueroa in his defensive duties and consequentially had scanty opportunity to provide service to his front men.
F. Di Santo
Struggled to leave a impression in the first but was key in the second. Improved effort clipped the post before excellent finish drew his side level