There was disappointment for Roy Hodgeson on his first day in charge of Fulham in the lunchtime game.
In spite of taking an early lead, the side went down 2-1 to London rivals Chelsea at Craven Cottage.
Second half goals from Salomon Kalou, and Michael Ballack with a penalty sealed all three points for Chelsea.
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