Mark Gower and Jason Scotland celebrate Swansea's leveller
Jason Scotland's 12th goal in as many games earned Championship side Swansea City an FA Cup fifth round replay at Craven Cottage.
Fulham had taken the lead, against the run of play, on the stroke of half time when Paul Konchesky's corner went in off Swans captain Garry Monk.
But the dominant Swans levelled in the 52nd-minute through Scotland.
Mark Gower fed the Trinidad & Tobago international who turned brilliantly and fired into the bottom corner.
It was no less than the Swans deserved as they extended an impressive unbeaten record in all competitions to 16.
During that run, they claimed the scalp of FA Cup holders Portsmouth in the last round and were fancied for another against a Fulham side who had not won away in the Premier League and scored just three times on the road.
And the Swans almost took a fourth-minute lead through former Southend midfielder Gower.
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