Ademola Lookman was on target as three Nigerians featured for Fulham in their Premier League clash Sheffield United
The Cottagers, who were looking for their first win since they returned to the English top-flight, named the trio of Ola Aina, Tosin Adarabioyo and Ademola Lookman in the starting lineup.
Lookman and Aina joined the London side on a loan deal from RB Leipzig and Torino respectively, while Adarabioyo signed from Manchester City on a three-year deal.
Either side could not find the breakthrough in what was a boring first half, but it was Fulham that had the first real opportunity after the break.
Scott Parker’s side were awarded a penalty in the 57th minute Jack Robinson handled in the area. However, Aleksandar Mitrovic missed the resulting spot-kick.
Fulham would not be denied, however, as they took the lead in the 77th minute courtesy of a brilliant finish from Lookman.
Lookman’s strike appeared to have won it for the away side, but Chris Wilder’s side were given a lifeline five minutes from time.
The Blades were awarded a penalty of their own after Mitrovic was penalised for a high kick. Sharp then converted from the spot to ensure the share of the spoils.
The result means both sides picked their first point of the season, but are still without a win.