Fulham boss Martin Jol admitted his deep disappointment after his side conceded an equaliser deep into stoppage time against Odense which knocked them out of the Europa League.

The Londoners surrendered a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 at Craven Cottage and slip from second to third place in Group K.

Djiby Fall headed the equaliser for the Danes with the last action of the match after Hans Henrik Andreasen's free-kick had brought them back into the contest.

"It was the last cross of the match, so I'm very, very disappointed," Jol said on Channel 5.

"They scored a goal from a free-kick and the wall was probably not in the right position.

"We couldn't get forward, we didn't do what we did in the first half, it was totally different."

Fulham scored two quickfire goals in the first half with strikes from Clint Dempsey and Kerim Frei putting them in command, but they were unable to repeat that display after the break.

"They dropped deep and they tried to protect the lead, but you have to score a goal and try and get in their half," Jol added.

"We didn't do that enough. To give two goals away is very disappointing."