In a match that was always going to have a big comment about the events below the Premier League, the people of Bilik in the capital completely failed.
Bobby Djokordova-Reid and Ola Aina scored the first half goals for the hosts.
But on the part of Scott Parker, Albion would have won by a greater margin.
Before the game, Bilick had said that the Baggies were moving in the right direction after a decent performance against Burnley and Brighton.
But Bose could not hide his disappointment after the team’s performance in London – Fulham qualified for the win.
“It was very frustrating,” Bilick said.
“I said before the game we were looking forward to, because we played well the last two games.
“We looked very good in training. We had a lot of intensity, a lot of quality. But we didn’t do it when we needed to build it on the pitch.
“They were stronger, sharper and faster than us. They passed it well. They were the best against one.
“That really hurts, we don’t deserve anything from this game. We cannot say we are unlucky, we cannot say we missed opportunities. No. They were better than us. ”
Bilick felt that midfielder Conor Gallagher and defender Branislav Ivanovic were the only players out of Craven Cottage.
“It all starts at the rate of labor,” the Croatian continued.
“I met a little boy – Connor Gallagher, I met Barney Ivanovic – a 30-year-old man – basically more committed.
“It’s not good when they do more than others. That’s how I see it, it can not be.
“This is the Premier League, we are a team that cannot rely solely on quality.
“We have to dig and work hard like we did in the last two games. If we don’t do that we have no chance.
“I do not question commitment in general. I told you, it looks pretty, but we didn’t have it against Fulham. It was not good enough for us. ”
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