Analysis: Sheffield United 3-3 Fulham

After a crazy second half at Bramall Lane, Fulham boss Marco Silva was left with mixed emotions - relieved at a late fightback to recover from 3-1 down to draw 3-3 but also frustrated having not taken the three points.

Fulham had clearly been the better side and hit the post twice through Rodrigo Muniz, before Tosin Adarabioyo gave the ball away and bottom-of-the-table Sheffield United took a lead against the run of play.

Joao Palhinha equalised four minutes later, only for the hosts to score twice in a three-minute spell as Sheffield United looked for what would've been only their fourth Premier League win of the season.

The turning point came when the home side were denied a fourth goal because of an offside before Fulham, who had made a number of attacking substitutions, pulled one back through a goal from Bobby De Cordova-Reid as he made an instant impact.

The equaliser came from Muniz in spectacular style with a 93rd-minute bicycle kick and Silva's side nearly snatched the win in the 16th minute of added time, only for Ivo Grbic to deny Tom Cairney.

Fulham are still in the hunt for a Europa Conference League place and are only five points behind seventh-placed West Ham but will be wondering how they left South Yorkshire without the victory.