Nottingham Forest blew a second straight Premier League lead in a 3-2 home loss to Fulham.
Taiwo Awoniyi put Forest ahead after 11 minutes after a Ryan Yates corner, but Fulham scored three times in six minutes early in the second half to win.
Tosin Adarabioyo scored from a Willian pass in the 54th minute, and Joao Palhinha scored three minutes later.
Harrison Reed scored from a Bobby De Cordova-Reid cross to put Forest in trouble.
Lewis O'Brien's 77th-minute goal gave Forest hope, but Steve Cooper's team lost.
Fulham's first road win of the season puts them to eighth. After the break, they play Newcastle.
Forest is 19th after four straight losses. They play Leicester City next.
Fulham beats Forest 3-2. Awoniyi's header from a corner gave the hosts the early lead.
Fulham couldn't score before halftime, but three second-half goals turned the game around. Adarabioyo equalised with a header, Palhinha scored, and Reed added a half-volley.