Zamora grabs point for Fulham
Fulham and Blackburn were forced to share the spoils after a frustrating 1-1 draw at Craven Cottage.
Both sides have struggled in the Barclays Premier League this season and the visitors broke the deadlock through Ruben Rochina's fine 18-yard drive.
Fulham managed to equalise through Bobby Zamora's curled effort six minutes later but neither side could eke out a winner.
The match started at quite a tempo although it took eight minutes for either side to eke out an opportunity, with Fulham's Steve Sidwell blazing wide.
The Cottagers saw Aaron Hughes forced off with a knock in the 20th minute and their frustrations increased moments later when referee Howard Webb waved away claims Zamora was upended by Michel Salgado in the box.
Steven N'Zonzi came close with a 35-yard drive at the other end and Blackburn took the lead with a moment of genius from Rochina in the 32nd minute. The former Barcelona starlet was found by Junior Hoilett on the edge of the box and unleashed an exquisite left-footed drive that went in off the underside of the bar.
The home faithful were audibly irked by the goal but only had to wait six minutes for an equaliser. Much like Rochina's goal, Zamora scored out of the blue after ghosting in from the right flank and placing a shot past Paul Robinson from an awkward angle.
Aside from a tame Mauro Formica effort, neither side was able to produce a real opening at the start of the second period.
Fulham twice came close through Clint Dempsey, who had Robinson and Gael Givet to thank for thwarting the United States international.
But they could not break through and he match ended in unsavoury fashion after Mark Schwarzer and Hoilett clashed heads in stoppage time, with the latter forced off the field on a stretcher wearing a neck brace.