A second-half goal by substitute Timmy Abraham sealed Fulham's first victory of the season at Stoke City in Premier League Division 2.
Abraham, the younger brother of Tammy who scored his first senior Chelsea goals in a 3-2 win over Norwich City at the weekend, followed in his sibling's footsteps and was the hero at Harrison Park.
The 18-year-old replaced the injured Cameron Thompson midway through the first half and, on 58 minutes, converted a Ryan De Havilland cross at the far post.
A curling shot from Stoke's Patrick Jarrett forced goalkeeper Luca Ashby-Hammond into action but the hosts could not find an equaliser and suffered defeat in 2019/20 for the first time.
Fulham's first points of the campaign lift them to ninth. Stoke drop to fifth with one victory, one draw and one defeat.
See: Fulham report
Stoke : 31 Aug v Swansea (A)
Fulham: 30 Aug v Newcastle (H)