Fulham lost in Hamburg 2-1 against a Diego Forlan-inspired Atletico Madrid.
Fulham fans are currently hoping for a potential play-off push this season, but it is a long way from their heady days in the Europa League final.
Fulham lost to Atletico Madrid in Hamburg back in 2010, with Diego Forlan proving too good for the Cottagers.
But where are those players now?
Fulham's starting XI
The Australian stopper continued playing after leaving Fulham in 2013, with stints at Chelsea and Leicester City as a back-up goalkeeper. He won Premier League titles at both clubs. He has not officially retired and features as a regular pundit on talkSPORT.
A surprise starter in the game he went on to play for Reading, Burnley and West Brom before joining current club Derby County in 2015. The 34-year-old returned to Craven Cottage on loan in February.
Like Baird, a Northern Ireland international, the 37-year-old went on to play for QPR, Brighton and Australian side Melbourne City.
The veteran is currently playing in India with Kerala Blasters.
Atletico Madrid players applaud the Fulham players as they are about to receive their losers medals
Joined Crystal Palace in 2014 and the Norwegian retired from football this summer. Now a TV Pundit in Norway working on the Premier League.
Followed Roy Hodgson to Liverpool in 2010. Flopped on Merseyside and is currently playing for League One side Gillingham.
The Nigerian midfielder has suffered with injuries in recent years. Is currently signed to Swedish side AIK.
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A key player for Fulham he left the club acrimoniously in 2012. Spent one season at Blackburn Rovers before retiring and is now a regular pundit on Match of the Day and talkSPORT.
Left Fulham in 2014 before joining Melbourne City and retiring after a spell at Shamrock Rovers. The 100-cap international is now on the coaching staff at Shamrock and in the Irish youth set-up.
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The Welsh international scored Fulham’s goal in the game. He was released in 2013 and made headlines for joining boyhood club Solva in the Pembrokeshire League.
The marathon Magyar is still going strong at 37-years-old. After returning to West Brom in 2011 he is now playing for Ferencvaros in Hungary. He still plays for his nation as well, scoring at Euro 2016 against eventual winners Portugal.
Left for QPR in 2012 and spent last season at former club Brighton. Currently unattached but not officially retired he is working on an affordable housing scheme with pals Rio Ferdinand and Mark Noble.
The 45-year-old retired at Fulham and has since gone into coaching. Currently a goalkeeper coach at Derby County.
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The Ghana international played for Leicester, Hapoel Tel Aviv before settling in South Africa with Santos and Maritzburg United.
Named assistant manager at Kaizer Chiefs in the summer.
Bjorn Helge Riise
The brother of John Arne never had a big impact at Craven Cottage. Now back at boyhood club Aalesund.
The American grew into a vital member of the Fulham team before a big move to Spurs in 2012. Briefly returned to Fulham on loan from current club Seattle Sounders in 2014.
Unfortunately, the 33-year-old’s career is in the balance after the recent discovery of an irregular heartbeat.
The Champions League winner went on to play for Nottingham Forest and is currently playing with non-league side Tadcaster Albion. Also coached at York City.
Fulham players looking dejected at the end of the game
Went on to play for Crystal Palace and Cardiff City. The 31-year-old recently signed for South African side Golden Arrows, his former team prior to joining Fulham in 2009.
The Norwegian left Fulham and returned to Norway with former club Viking in 2010. Now the very hands-on CEO of Norwegian lower league club Randaberg IL.