Huddersfield Town hit back after going behind in the second minute of their Championship clash with Fulham, but had to be satisfied with a point.
Ross McCormack seized on Jonathan Hogg's misplaced pass to shoot the visitors ahead after only 90 seconds.
Skipper and former Fulham played Mark Hudson steered home Emyr Huws' free-kick for a 20th-minute equaliser.
But there were no further goals as Fulham claimed a deserved first point under new head coach Slavisa Jokanovic.
Huddersfield: Steer, Smith, Hudson, Hogg, Paterson, Cranie, Husband, Huws, Bunn (Lynch 88), Lolley (Holmes 79), Wells (Bojaj 92).
Fulham: Lonergan, Richards, Hutchinson, Burn, Garbutt, Kacaniklic, Christensen, O’Hara, Hyndman, Cairney, McCormack
It was a nightmare start for Town, who were left trailing within 90 seconds of the kick-off.
As they tried to pass through from the back, Jonathan Hogg's misplaced ball let in Ross McCormack, who calmly shot past Jed Steer.
Jamie Paterson hit a post with a curling effort before, at the other end, Alex Kacaniklic had a goal disallowed for offside before McCormack was left furious after he went down under Mark Hudson's challenge and his penalty appeal was waved away.
Town skipper and former Fulham player Hudson levelled after 20 minutes, steering home a free-kick from Emyr Huws, who had been fouled by Jamie O'Hara.
Hudson was yellow carded for a foul on McCormack, then as the free-kick was played across the area, slid in to block the former Leeds United man's shot.
Fulham defender Dan Burn did well to thwart Paterson as he chased a Martin Cranie pass before Town survived a scramble in their area, with both McCormack and Emerson Hyndman involved for the visitors.
Fulham keeper Andy Lonergan showed sharp reactions to thwart both Harry Bunn and Joe Lolley early in the second half.
Bunn then claimed a penalty when he tumbled after getting goal side of Dan Burn, but referee Chris Sarginson gave a goal kick.
Paterson tested Lonergan with an angled shot when he darted into the left side of the area after 70 minutes, but the keeper smothered his effort.
Town, who were pushing forward in the final quarter of an hour, replaced Lolley with Duane Holmes as they sought a way through Fulham's tight defence.
The busy Paterson was still looking lively, and his long-range drive was deflected off target.
Town skipper Mark Hudson played well and scored his second goal in as many games to deny his former club all three points.
It was more of a not so good day for Nahki Wells, who had scored five goals in as many games going into this one, but looked a little jaded.