Fulham's first away fixture of the season was a roller-coaster match against Middlesbrough which saw Sean Davis and Facundo Sava both score in injury-time to secure an unlikely point for the Whites.
Saturday 17 August 2002
Fulham don't end the season in the best of fashions as they lose their final game 3-0 at Ewood Park; but the Whites can be hugely proud of their first season back in England's top division as they finish a very respectable 13th.
Fulham's final game at Craven Cottage before it is redeveloped perhaps failed to do justice to the famous names who have graced the old ground as Jean Tigana's men struggled to break down an already relegated Leicester City.
Fulham demolished Bolton 3-0 at an ecstatic Craven Cottage on Tuesday to mathematically secure their Premiership status and spark dreams of an Intertoto Cup campaign.
Steed Malbranque ended 10 weeks of misery for Fulham by firing home the goal which should guarantee Jean Tigana's side Premiership football for next season.
Louis Saha scores against his former club to ensure Fulham leave St. James' Park with a point.
A Frédéric Kanouté goal in first-half stoppage time was enough for West Ham United to leave Craven Cottage with all three points, on a disappointing night for Fulham.
After an early goal for each side at St Mary's Stadium on Saturday afternoon, neither Southampton or Fulham could find a winner, which meant it finished 1-1.
Two goals in 3 minutes from Sheringham and Poyet won the game for Spurs.