Dempsey grabs point for Cottagers
Clint Dempsey earned a 1-1 draw for Fulham against Blackburn, ensuring the Londoners' unbeaten start to the Premier League season continued.
Chris Samba gave Rovers the half-time lead when he headed into an empty net after Paul Robinson's long-free kick.
However, the second half saw Mark Hughes' men secure a scoreline that was a fair result after Dempsey nodded in Carlos Salcido's dead-weight cross.
Blackburn were dominant in the opening half, starting when Nikola Kalinic won an early free-kick on the corner of the area but Fulham cleared.
Fulham goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer made a series of fumbles. The first nearly led to the opening goal but Brede Hangeland headed clear after his fellow Norwegian Morten Gamst Pedersen had chipped in the loose ball.
Mame Biram Diouf looked to be in on goal but his control deserted him, and the Senegalese striker then unsuccessfully claimed a penalty when he was challenged by Hangeland. The Norwegian was booked for going through the same player and, from the free-kick, the Blackburn goal arrived.
Robinson hoisted the ball high and Samba won the heading lottery to loop the ball into the empty net.
Fulham looked more positive in the second half and had a chance to level within seconds of the restart, but Simon Davies' direct free-kick was woeful.
Dempsey made no mistake in the 56th minute when Salcido floated a cross from left, the American beating Ryan Nelsen to the ball to head in the equaliser.
Fulham were lucky to survive when Salgado whipped a ball across the goal but from then on, the game drifted into a stalemate.