Lee Bowyer commended his side’s professionalism in their goalless draw with Fulham at The Valley on Tuesday night.

With few chances created, the positive from the stalemate for the Addick’s was the clean sheet, a feat they’ve not managed to achieve in their previous 17 fixtures.

Goalkeeper Dillon Phillips was rarely tested by a Fulham side themselves beset with injuries, although the best chance of the game fell for Michael Hector who headed wide from close-range early in the second half.

“From start to finish we were very professional,” Bowyer said.

“First half they had a lot of possession without really hurting us, our shape was very good.

“They had the odd breakaway first half but second half we came into it more, and had a couple of chances to nick the game.

“They had possession but it was in front of us, which looks nice but it was never going to hurt us, we restricted them well.

“Once we bought Lyle (Taylor) and Jonny (Williams) on with energy we became a bigger threat.

“Overall, it was a good point, and a well-earned point, a very professional performance.”

The point ensures Bowyer’s men stay at least four points above the bottom three, with most of those below them with a game in hand.

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