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Derby County
2 - 2
Queens Park Rangers

NPower Championship

Pride Park

Sat. 28 Aug '10 @ 3.00 pm

Attendance: 25,874

Referee: Mr M Haywood

Derby CountyQueens Park Rangers
Commons (40), Bailey (59)Agyemang (90+2), Mackie (90+5)
Steven Bywater     Paddy Kenny    
John Brayford     Bradley Orr    
Dean Leacock     Kaspars Gorkss    
Shaun Barker     Matthew Connolly    
Gareth Roberts     Cllint Hill    
Conor Doyle     57 Shaun Derry     61
Paul Green     Alejandro Faurlin    
Robbie Savage     Hogan Ephraim    
James Bailey     Jamie Mackie    
Kris Commons     45 Heidar Helguson     62
Dean Moxey     90+3 Adel Taarabt     69
Substitutes
Saul Deeney     Radek Cerny (gk)    
David Martin     57 Antonio German    
Jake Buxton     Patrick Agyemang     62
Ben Pringle     Mikele Leigertwood    
Tomasz Cywka     45 Peter Ramage    
Mark O'Brien     Akos Buzsaky     61
Callum Ball     90+3 Leon Clarke     69
Game Statistics
8
Goal Attempts
10
7
On Target
5
6
Corners
4
11
Fouls
8
1
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
51
%
49

Writer:sandydl
Date:Saturday August 28 2010
Time: 8:26PM

Comments

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I thought we had a lot less possession.
LeeCookFan
29/08/2010 10:07:00
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Not at all - we had a great deal of possession - at times - but didn't do very much with it ... till the end ;-)
sandydl
29/08/2010 15:56:00
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