Fulham have conceded late goals in all three of their Championship matches to date and it is driving manager Kit Symons to distraction.

The Cottagers looked set for an away point at Hull after Tom Cairney’s 69th-minute strike cancelled out Ahmed Elmohamady’s headed opener.

Only for Sone Aluko to score an 86th-minute winner and leave Symons pulling his hair out.

“(We had a) poor first half and conceded a very poor goal but weren’t really in it, didn’t play well at all,” he said.

“Second half, we really upped our game; played on the front foot and took the game to Hull and scored a very good goal through Tom, and we’re in the ascendancy then.

“To then go and lose it from that position is hard to take but it’s only three games in and I’m sick of saying the same things already.

“It can’t be down to fitness, it must just be down to concentration, not being street-wise enough.

It’s costing us dearly and it needs to change.”