Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho, speaking to BBC Sport: "In the first half Alphonse Areola made some impossible saves, a couple of others in the second, too.
"We have to kill a game and we didn't - but you have to keep a clean sheet, not make mistakes, so it was a very avoidable goal. The markers are there, there wasn't even an advantage in terms of numbers.
"Fulham were intelligent enough to understand the way they play, they change, they become more defensive and they are getting results. I thought they were a bit lucky but they were good.
"We have bad results and we should - and we could have - avoided these results."
Fulham boss Scott Parker, speaking to BBC Sport: "I'm very proud of this team for what we've been through. There's a lot of talk around - everyone assumes about what happened. I know what we've been through the last two weeks.
"We had players out there today who had one day's training. What pleased me most was a desire and a passion and a real quality at times tonight.
"There's a real determination and hard work from this group of players. They've never shied away from anything."
On Monday's announcement of the game with Tottenham: "We were told, in the end, at 9:30. It was put to me on Saturday, if there was a possibility, but I just batted it off thinking 'no chance'.
"This game was supposed to be scheduled 16 days ago - for 10 days some of these boys were locked up in their houses. I was surprised but it wasn't in terms of preparing for this game, we've prepared in two days for a game before, it was more just getting told of the consequences that you face."