Chris Coleman felt Fulham failed to pose a sufficient threat as they subsided to a disappointing defeat at struggling Portsmouth this afternoon.

There was an element of controversy about Gary O’Neill’s winner as the midfielder appeared to control a cross with hand before beating Tony Warner, but the Fulham boss was bitterly disappointed with his side’s complete lack of an end product on the south coast.

Coleman told the BBC after the final whistle:

“Portsmouth coped better with the heavy pitch and they were the better team on the day. We did not pass the ball well. We never really posed any threat in the final third. At home we are match for anyone but away from Craven Cottage we need to get a win. When we get everyone fit we should be taking more points.”