Damien Duff produced a moment of magic at Craven Cottage to defeat Everton and kick-start Fulham's Barclays Premier League campaign.
Everton looked comfortable at half-time when they led through Tim Cahill's header but Paul Konchesky's deflected equaliser gave them the momentum.
Ireland's winger Duff beat Tim Howard with a powerful drive before the end for his first Fulham goal, giving them their first victory since the opening weekend of the season.
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