From Michael Cox of the Guardian, though they used different Chalkboards:
Fulham may have appointed two managers since Roy Hodgson left the club, but their performance in the weekend win over Wigan was classic Hodgson. They sat back, played very narrow and won the ball on the edge of their area, before occasionally moving up the pitch to construct attacks of their own.
Passing stats on each day:
- Wigan: 79.4 % (551; 438, 113) Fulham: 76% (463; 354, 109)
- Burnley: 74.5% (511; 381 130) Fulham: 73.4% (535; 393, 142)