FULHAM boss Claudio Ranieri felt his side deserved at least a draw from their visit to Turf Moor.

The Cottagers went home pointless after two own goals helped Burnley come from behind to record a 2-1 win after Andre Schurrle's second minute strike put the visitors in front.

But Ranieri, whose side remain entrenched in the Premier League relegation zone, felt Fulham merited more.

“We scored very, very early, a great goal," he said.

"And suddenly, they scored twice with two own goals. This period is very strange.

“We played well, we deserved minimum a draw. But that’s football. I’m satisfied with the performance, not the result.

“Second half we played much better. We moved the ball quickly, found good solutions on the flanks for crosses, but we shot at goal only twice or three times, and one time they saved on the line.

“I think that episode changed the music.”