In a thrilling game at St. Andrews where Louis Saha scored in under sixty seconds the points were shared as the game finished 2-2.
Barry Hayles scored twice and set up another goal to hand Fulham a deserved victory at White Hart Lane, the first since 1948.
Three goals in a 28-minute first-half spell for Everton should have been the start of a goals bonanza but in the end the home side were more than happy to hear the final whistle.
Chris Coleman's first game as permanent Fulham manager got off to a flyer, as did Fulham's start to the 2003/04 season, with a 3-2 victory over Middlesbrough.
Louis Saha's penalty ended Fulham's season in style as they finish with an away win at Charlton.
Two disastrous own-goals give jubilant Fulham victory over Everton at Loftus Road on Saturday afternoon.
Luis Boa Morte secured a valuable point in terms of both Premiership survival and pride as he scored the equaliser against West London rivals Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Mark Viduka scored a brace for Leeds United which meant Fulham's bad luck on the road continued, the game finishing 2-0 to the hosts at Elland Road.
Lee Clark was the hero as he scored against his former club to virtually guarantee Fulham's Barclaycard Premiership status next season.
Despite a battling performance from the Whites, Liverpool proved too strong an outfit at Anfield on Saturday afternoon.