Bruno Fernandes fired home an injury-time winner to secure a much-needed victory for the Reds in a tight encounter in west London. United thought they had taken an early lead after eight minutes but VAR ruled out Scott McTominays effort for offside.
Reds &aposkeeper Andre Onana was forced into a couple of good saves before United captain Fernandes evaded attempts to close him down on the edge of the penalty area with a smart turn before placing his shot beyond Fulham shot-stopper Bernd Leno for a 91st-minute winner.
And following the close encounter, Iwobi suggested his side had been hard done by with the result.
Of course its difficult to take, Iwobi told Fulham&aposs in-house media. We had the opportunities to get a goal and we felt like we were on top of them as well, we dominated, especially in the second half.
But we just have to go again, put this to rest, analyse and take the positives into the next game.
We played well. The fighting spirit was there, we created many chances, we did well with the ball.
Like I said, I feel like in the second half we dominated much more, so we just have to take that into the next game.
We analysed them well and I feel like it was a good performance, but its the small details that win the game and unfortunately Man United took all three points.
Iwobi&aposs comments echo those of his manager Marco Silva following the game. The Fulham boss said: Its a really difficult one to take.