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Queens Park Rangers
1 - 2
Leicester City

Coca Cola Championship

Loftus Road

Fri. 30th Oct. @ 7.45 pm

Attendance: 17,082

Referee: Mr J Moss

Queens Park RangersLeicester City
Taarabt (33)Fryatt (37, 64)
Radek Cerny     Chris Weale    
Peter Ramage     67 Robbie Neilson    
Damion Stewart     54 Wayne Brown    
Kaspars Gorkss     Matt Oakley    
Gary Borrowdale     Andy King    
Mikele Leigertwood     Matt Fryatt     75
Alessandro Faurlin     Bruno Berner    
Akos Buzsaky     Dany N'Guessan    
Wayne Routledge     Martyn Waghorn     90
Adel Taarabt     86 Richie Wellens    
Jay Simpson     Jack Hobbs    
Substitutes
Tom Heaton (gk)     Conrad Logan (gk)    
Fitz Hall     54 Ryan McGivern     90
Rowan Vine     67 Michael Morrison    
Patrick Agyemang     86 Steve Howard    
Matteo Alberti     Lloyd Dyer    
Gareth Ainsworth     Yann Kermorgant    
Josh Parker     Paul Gallagher     75
Game Statistics
15
Goal Attempts
16
7
On Target
9
4
Corners
6
1
Offside
6
6
Fouls
12
0
Yellow Cards
3
50
%
50

Writer:sandydl
Date:Friday October 30 2009
Time: 11:03PM

Comments

0
To be completely honest, I thought we had less than half the possession.
LeeCookFan
30/10/2009 23:26:00
0
LCF Must agree with you. That said, it was probably less possession where it mattered!! Grrrr.
QPR4Me
31/10/2009 00:52:00
0
We saw quite a bit of the ball, they just kept taking it off us and looked more dangerous on the break.
Boxer
31/10/2009 10:16:00
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