Instant Reactions - Wolves v QPR (10/2/18)
Following today's clash between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Queens Park Rangers, here are the instant reactions from both managers.
Wolverhampton Wanderers hosted Queens Park Rangers at the Molineux for a 3pm kick off on Saturday February 10, with the hosts taking a two one victory on the day.
Alfred N'Diaye opened the scoring in the 12th minute of the game, before Helder Costa doubled their advantage on minute 21.
QPR did bounce back in the second half and Conor Washington his a consolation in the 51st minute, but despite their efforts they couldn't draw level.
Wolves move 13 points clear at the top of the table following the win and they will know they were in a game today.
Ruddy, Bennett, Coady, Boly, Doherty, Neves, N'Diaye, Douglas, Costa (Gibbs-White 77), Jota, Cavaleiro (Afobe 65).
Batth, Mir Vicente, Miranda, Vinagre, Norris.
Smithies, Lynch, Onuoha, Perch (Eze 42), Wszolek, Cousins (Smith 45), Robinson, Scowen, Bidwell, Freeman, Washington.
Ingram, Baptiste, Chair, Osayi-Samuel, Oteh.
Speaking to the BBC's cameras a short time after match day referee Geoff Eltringham blew the final whistle, Wolverhampton Wanderers head coach Nuno Espirito Santo explained.
'The first half was a very good half, with many chances and good football. The second half was differed and we have to be more compact. QPR started putting in long balls, which changed the game. They are a well organised team and have a way of football which requires a lot of defensive organisation to stop them. The result we achieved was important.'
Queens Park Rangers manager Ian Holloway in his comparative interview explained.
'I was very upset at half-time but the lads gave a resounding response. It is tough with a pitch that big and the confidence level of them. Their manager is excellent, the way they play is tried and tested and they have taken the club miles forward. When they pass it as nicely and well as they do, it is very difficult. I tried something and it could have worked, but we didn't take the opportunities. We showed more than enough nous but we needed to get an equaliser.'