Quiet game for the keeper but did well when called upon, made one save in particular, in which he got down to his near post quickly to deny*, which also came during a long period of nothing else
Some dodgy usage of the ball from the back but overall defended well, kept going and even was the unlikely hero at the end with that winner.
Got forward well on the left-flank, but at times delayed the cross and chose to cut inside, which with big men such as Pavel Pogrebnyak and Clint Dempsey bombing on may have been the wrong choice.
Solid performance at the back, although it was an easy day at the office with the opposition lacking much threat.
Made some good interceptions and nearly headed the opener in the first-half. Sloppy with the ball at times.
Very lively game from the winger, threatened by crossing early and cutting inside as well. He was also involved in numerous set-plays which led to openings.
Comfortable in midfield against a side that sat deep, allowing him room, however was complacent when venturing forward and wasted possession a couple of times.
The midfielder lacked the normal flair that he can bring to the side, and was a spectator for periods when he tried to search for the ball.
Quiet first-half, but pulled strings when he could. Did more after the break but then came off in late in the second to a warm ovation.
Went from hero to zero in the space of a couple of minutes in the second-half. Scored the equalizer seconds after Wigan's opener but then missed from all of two yards not long after. Then missed another sitter, only to be spared blushes by his teammates late winner.
Quiet display by the standards of a man attracting interest from top clubs in the league. Showed good touches, and forced a good stop from Al-Habsi, in the first-half but failed to bring the spark needed to claim victory.
Ali Al Habsi
Made a few good stops, in particular a low save from a Clint Dempsey effort in the first half. Erratic at time though and was out of position and fortunate not to concede more thanks to Pogrebnyak's misses.
Took his goal well but at times allowed Damien Duff, or John Arne Riise, too much space on the wing as Fulham threatened from the flanks.
Solid part of a highly defensive team display from the away side.
The defender was troubled by Clint Dempsey all game long and gave away numerous free-kicks, one of which would have led to the American opening the scoring if it was not for a good stop from the Wigan keeper.
The center half was his usual self and put in a number of headers to deny the opponents however his positioning and organization was at times questionable, in particular for Fulham's goals and two near misses.
Was the main threat from Wigan and forced Schwarzer into once good save, did well with little service.
A cog in a hard working midfield that did well to stop Fulham's flair players having any impact.
Showed quick feet and pace on the wing but couldn't show his full ability in a game that, for the most part, his team were happy to sit on a point.
Very quiet and got himself isolated on the wing, didn't help that Wigan set out very defensively for most of the game.
Part of the Latics midfield that denied Fulham too many clear chances but did little to give anything going forward.
F. Di Santo
Was replaced with just over half an hour gone, had little chance to make any impact with Wigan sitting so deep early on.
- 12 M. Pollitt
- 2 S. Gohouri
- 19 D. Jones
Came on in the second-half to little impact.
- 21 M. Diamé
Thrown on with just 15 minutes left in order to sure of the midfield.
Replaced Franco Di Santo with just over 30 minutes gone but didn't have a lot to offer an ambitious side happy with a point.