Man of the Match - Wayne Routledge
QPR fans have voted Wayne Routledge as Rangers man of the match in the home defeat against Ipswich Town.
Rangers were defeated heavily by Jim Magilton`s Ipswich Town this weekend as after taking an early lead they were pegged by three well taken goals as the visitors left W12 with all the points.
Routledge once again lined-up on the right flank and tormented Ben Thatcher right from the kick off as his early creativity and flair created the goal for Samuel Di Carmine - his second of the league campaign.
Even in the second half with Rangers under considerable pressure he still managed to get in behind the Ipswich rearguard several times but that telling ball was not forthcoming as Rangers succumbed to a comfortable defeat.
What you said…
LeeCookFan: "It has to be Wayne Routledge for me. I thought he had a good game throughout. He looked lively and didn`t really do anything that disappointed me.
"Di Carmine did almost as well IMHO"
toboboly: "It's a tough call but after watching Di Carmine's goal this morning I will plump for him."
Just-an-Ipswich-fan: "I'm going for Routledge (from your guys), I swear I was having kittens every time Thatcher was confronted with that dude! However, I'll give Thatch credit, he dealt with him tremendously.
"But Wayne Routledge could seriously turn me to the booze - he was not doing my Ipswich nerves good at all!"
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Routledge came in as the clear winner with almost half of the overall vote, fending off stopper Lee Camp and defender Kaspars Gorkšs.
The top three were as follows:
1. Wayne Routledge - 46%
2. Lee Camp - 15%
3. Kaspars Gorkšs - 11%
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