The 29-year-old defender wrote himself into the history books on Saturday when he scored during Fulham’s league clash against Hull City at Craven Cottage.The centre-back found the net on 58 minutes when he headed home Kieran Richardson’s cross into the far corner.Ashkan Dejagah had given hosts Fulham the lead just three minutes earlier, and the Cottagers looked good for a 2-0 victory.However, Hull staged a comeback in the final 15 minutes of the contest to pick up a point from their trip to London.Nikica Jelavic halved the deficit for the Tigers on 15 minutes and Shane Long made it 2-2 three minutes before half time.The result leaves Fulham third from bottom in the Premier League table with 31 points from 36 matches, while Hull are 13th with 37 points from 35 games.