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Queens Park Rangers 2 - Bristol City 2

NPower Championship

Loftus Road

Mon 3rd Jan '11 @ 3.00pm

Attendance: 15,618

Referee: Mr F Graham

Queens Park Rangers
2 - 2
Bristol City
Faurlin (53) Taarabt (pen, 85 )
 
Pitman (50), Caulker (90+1_
 
Venue: Loftus Road
 
Attendance: 15,618
The Teams
Paddy Kenny (gk)
 
 
 
David James (gk)
 
 
Bradley Orr
 
 
 
Marvin Elliott
 
 
Clint Hill
 
 
 
Lee Johnson
 
 
88
Shaun Derry
 
 
 
Cole Skuse
 
 
Adel Taarabt
 
 
87
 
Jamal Campbell-Ryce
 
 
Alejandro Faurlin
 
 
 
Kalifa Cisse
 
 
Jamie Mackie
 
 
 
Lewin Nyatanga
 
 
Kaspars Gorkss
 
 
 
Albert Adomah
 
 
73
Kyle Walker
 
 
 
Jon Stead
 
 
66
Rob Hulse
 
 
 
Brett Pitman
 
 
Tommy Smith
 
 
 
Steven Caulker
 
 
Substitutes
Radek Cerny (gk)
 
 
 
Dean Gerken (gk)
 
 
Leon Clarke
 
 
 
Damian Stewart
 
 
88
Martin Rowlands
 
 
 
David Clarkson
 
 
66
Patrick Agyemang
 
 
 
Danny Haynes
 
 
73
Petter Vaagan Moen
 
 
87
 
Ivan Sproule
 
 
Gary Borrowdale
 
 
 
Christian Ribeiro
 
 
Antonio German
 
 
 
Joe Edwards
 
 
Game Statistics
20
Goal Attempts
6
6
On Target
6
9
Corners
3
6
Fouls
10
1
Yellow Cards
3
56
%
44




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Date:Monday January 3 2011

Time: 6:21PM

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Interesting that they had no shots off target! Not sure what that says about them or us. But I do know that we should have won!
jezza99
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03/01/2011 18:25:00

We should indeed have won, I think it was just one of those games. I think fatigue probably had a role to play but it's not really an excuse. Roll on Burnley in a couple of weeks, maybe the defence will be bolstered by then.
Boxer
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03/01/2011 19:10:00

Warnock's now talking about adding to the squad - phew!
sandydl
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