Fulham and West Ham United played out a 3-3 draw in a behind-closed-doors friendly at Upton Park on Thursday afternoon.
The home side took the lead early on when Ricardo Vaz Te volleyed in following good work by Matt Jarvis, before Moussa Dembélé levelled things up with a good finish.
Kevin Nolan hit the crossbar for the hosts, but then Fulham went in front for the first time courtesy of a Chris David strike.
Powerful frontman Andy Carroll made it 2-2 from close range and the goals continued to flow when Matt Smith restored the Whites’ lead.
But Nolan was on hand late on to ensure the spoils were shared in what was an entertaining friendly match between the two London sides.