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Fulham appeared to be cruising when Joao Palhinha and Rodrigo Muniz scored inside the opening 21 minutes.
He then blew the roof off Turf Moor by converting Wilson Odobert's cross after 91 minutes. Though Vincent Kompany's men remain seven points from safety, the fighting spirit they showed will give him hope.
Burnley rescued a dramatic point against Fulham after substitute David Datro Fofana's brace
Fofana, thrown on just after the hour mark by Vincent Kompany, sparked wild scenes late on
The striker converted from Wilson Odobert's pinpoint cross in the first minute of injury time
Forward Lyle Foster started well with a couple of good runs also set up Odobert whose delay allowed Tim Ream to get in a crunching interception.
Fulham began slowly but once they showed their teeth, Burnley's flimsy defence – featuring loan debutant Lorenz Assignon signed on deadline day – couldn't cope.
The visitors had a penalty appeal for handball against Sander Berge turned down and hit the side-netting through Muniz before taking the lead after 17 minutes.
Kompany, a top centre-half in his day, would have been fuming at the manner of it.
Andreas Pereira whipped in a corner towards the near post and it was too easy for Palhinha to arrive and connect with a glancing header. The ball flicked off Sander Berge's shoulder into the net.
The setback sucked the energy out of the home support and it wasn't long before Fulham doubled their lead.
Burnley (4-2-3-1): Trafford 6.5; Assignon 6.5 (Massengo 90), O'Shea 6, Ekdal 5 (Esteve 45 6), Vitinho 6 (Larsen 87); Berge 5.5, Brownhill 6; Amdouni 5.5 (Fofana 65 7), Ramsey 5 (Gudmundsson 64 6), Odobert 8; Foster 6.5
Subs unused: Muric (GK), Al Dakhdil, Cullen, Tresor, Larsen, Massengo
Goals: Fofana 71, 90
Booked: Fofana, Berge
Fulham (4-2-3-1): Leno 6; Castagne 6, Tosin 6, Ream 7, Robinson 7; Reed 6.5 (Cairney 74), Palhinha 7; Willian 7, Pereira 7.5 (Tete 84), De Cordova-Reid 6; Muniz 7 (Broja 74)
Subs unused: Rodak (GK), Lukic, Cairney, Ballo-Toure, Broja, Fougarelles, King, Sekularac
Goals: Palhinha 17, Muniz 21
Booked: Reed, Pereira
Referee: Darren Bond 7
The visitors took an early lead after Joao Palhinha (centre) guided home a superb header
Palhinha was the first to meet Andreas Pereira's in-swinging corner and craned his effort in
Burnley were unable to keep possession from a throw and when it was hoofed clear to the halfway line, Antonee Robinson returned it with interest with an acrobatic volley.
As defenders stopped and stared, the alert Muniz spun in behind marker Hjalmar Ekdal and with James Trafford advancing, finished with a deft lob over the Clarets' 'keeper.
Kompany sent on another deadline day recruit Maxime Esteve at the interval with Lyle Foster leading a team huddle before the restart.
Burnley almost pegged a goal back immediately when Josh Brownhill scuffed a shot into Aaron Ramsey's path and he also mistimed his finish allowing Bernd Leno to save.
The locals were getting restless and Trafford needed to make good saves from Willian and Tosin Adrabioyo to keep the score at two. Pereira's set-pieces caused particular panic in the home box.
Fulham looked in complete control of the game after the opener and went on to score again
Rodrigo Muniz was teed up by Antonee Robinson before lofting the ball over James Trafford
Muniz (right) appeared overcome with emotion as he was congratulated by his team-mates
Fofana's arrival gave Burnley fresh impetus and after Trafford made another fingertip save from Willian, they struck on the counter after clearing a corner.
Right-back Assignon broke down the left and delivered a brilliant cross that arced over Leno and gave Fofana the chance to head into an unguarded net.
Marco Silva responded by throwing on another Chelsea loanee Armando Broja for his Fulham debut and then tried to stiffen the defence by sending on Kenny Tete.
Broja hadn't been on the pitch long when he tangled with Esteve and spent the rest of the game hobbling and Tete's miskick then allowed Odobert to sprint to the byline and fire into the danger area where Fofana was lurking.
There was an anxious VAR check to see if the ball had brushed his glove en route to goal but it was allowed to stand and Burnley still have hope.
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