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Newcastle United 1 - Queens Park Rangers 0 - Stats

Newcastle United
1 - 0
Queens Park Rangers

Barclays Premier League

Sports Direct Stadium

Sun 15 Jan '12 @ 13.30pm

Attendance: 49,865

Referee: Mr C Foy

Newcastle UnitedQueens Park Rangers
Best (37)
Tim Krul (gk)     Paddy Kenny (gk)    
Danny Simpson     Luke Young    
Fabricio Coloccini     Danny Gabbidon    
Mike Williamson     Anton Ferdinand    
Davide Santon     Clint Hill    
Ryan Taylor     81 Shaun Derry    
Danny Guthrie     Shaun W-Phillips    
Yohan Cabaye     25 Akos Buzsaky     76
Jonas Gutierrez     Jamie Mackie    
Leon Best     76 Heidar Helguson     64
Shola Ameobi     Jay Bothroyd    
Substitutes
Rob Elliot     Radek Cerny (gk)    
Hatem Ben Arfa     25 Tommy Smith     64
Mehdi Abeid     Bradley Orr    
James Perch     76 Fitz Hall    
Dan Gosling     81 DJ Campbell    
Gabriel Obertan     Hogan Ephraim    
Shane Ferguson     Federico Macheda     76
Game Statistics
9
Goal Attempts
15
4
On Target
9
3
Corners
2
1
Offside
6
5
Fouls
9
0
Yellow Cards
4
0
Red Cards
0
45
%
55

Writer:sandydl
Date:Sunday January 15 2012
Time: 4:17PM

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I know this has been asked before but where do your stats come from Sandy? as Opta show 60% 40% to Newcastle, and having been to the game I do not think we had more off the ball.
dmd_qpr
16/01/2012 09:27:00
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