QPR vs Blackburn
Sky Bet Chboat
3:00pm Saturday 5th October

Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium
(Att: 13560)

QPR returned to winning ways beating against Blackburn 4-2 at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
Nahki Wells goal of the season put them after half an hour and their lead doubled .
Blackburn were given hope from Bradley Dacks 57th-minute penalty but Bright Osayi-Samuel restored Rangers two-goal advantage three minutes after.
Substitute Jordan Hugill sealed a Rangers win by going residence Ryan Mannings cross. Adam Armstrong netted a late consolation for Rovers, who had been well beaten.
It was the response supervisor Mark Warburton desired after back-to-back beats, before which the R had won their previous four Sky Bet Championship matches.
QPRs focus on maintaining ownership – and – moving the ball sideways or backwards in order to achieve this if necessary – contributed into an abysmal start one of the home enthusiasts to the match and some tetchiness.
However, Rangers patience was rewarded when a move constructed in their own half led to the opening target.
Ilias Chairs pass accumulated and delivered at a cross which Osayi-Samuel increased above Amarii Bell to return into Wells, who volleyed from.
Bell was caused to replace with what appeared to be a knee injury, Rovers defender Greg Cunningham, that had been taken off.
Another Rangers move led to their next goal, scored four minutes after the interval.
Manning beautifully traded passes with Chair before releasing Eze, who jumped through Derrick Williams struggle that is half-hearted and slotted past keeper Christian Walton.
The side of warburton have youthful exuberance and may be fantastic to watch moving forward, but theyve been filled with lapses this season – they are to keep a clean sheet – and their openings have been evident again.
A couple of moments later Brackets had a goal disallowed for offside after Williams had touched in the low cross of Lewis Holtby , Yoann Barbet brought down Dack, who tucked off the consequent free-kick.
But Rangers hit through Osayi-Samuel, as Warburton was about to shoot him off. Josh Scowen pulled back the ball from the best and Osayi-Samuel before applying the finish turned.
Hugill missed a chance before finding the web, the on-loan West Ham striker aim of the effort.
After being installed with Elliott Bennett cross with four minutes remaining armstrong pulled back but it was too little too late.

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