Fulham boss Martin Jol admits they were fortunate to take a point against Everton after their 2-2 draw.

Jol admitted Fulham had been taught a lesson, but offered only limited sympathy for Everton failing to claim the reward they deserved.

"It doesn't mean anything in football if you don't score the goals," Jol said.

"They dominated us, all we could do was try to be positive. They are a very good footballing team. They are a settled team and know exactly what to do.

"Normally we are a good team, but I couldn't see that today. Although we took the lead I still felt they were stronger.

"The only positive thing I can say is that we never gave up."