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Queens Park Rangers 0 v 1 Bristol City
SkyBet Championship
Saturday, 1st February 2020 Kick-off 15:00

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Sunday 2nd February but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Liam Kelly6.3
Todd Kane5.3
Grant Hall5.3
Conor Masterson6.6
Lee Wallace5.6
Dominic Ball5.9
Luke Amos5.3
Bright Osayi-Samuel5.8
Ilias Chair5.9
Eberechi Eze5.5
Jordan Hugill5.7
Marc Pugh4.5
Olamde Shodipo5.1
Jack Clarke6.3
6.4Daniel Bentley
6.5Jack Hunt
6.5Ashley Williams
6.7Nathan Baker
6.6Jay Dasilva
6.4Korey Smith
6.3Niclas Eliasson
6.3Han-Noah Massengo
6.1Jamie Paterson
5.4Andreas Weimann
8.4Famara Diedhiou
5.6Nahki Wells
5.1Tommy Rowe
5.1Pedro Pereira

Referee4.2 
Match Rating5.2 


Your Queens Park Rangers v Bristol City Match Reports

Geoff78 added 23:08 - Feb 1

Dreary! Why do we have to wait until extra time to come to life? The BBC tells me we had 18 shots and only one tested the keeper. We had 10 corners and 70+% possession, but lost and to be truthful Bristol City looked pretty composed most of the 90 minutes.

I know, understand and accept that Warbs wants to play out from the back, but we still need movement from our midfield and forwards. The triangles between Wallace, Amos + Masterson, or sometimes Hall generated no momentum, no pressure and no space to attack. Too often when Amos, Eze or Chair get the ball their first instinct is to play it back to a defender or someone in a deeper position. Yet they are all capable of hitting the killer pass or at least one which stretches the opposition defence.

Eze and BOS disappointing today. Hugill keeps battling but gets poor service, and is slow when an opportunity arrives. Hall's marking for the goal dreadful, although just possibly the wind made it difficult for him.

On a positive note we did create half chances, but do we not practice shooting first time? I thought Dom Ball was our best player - he at least showed a desire to get the ball forward and play quickly, rather than waiting until the opposition defence is set up, nine players are behind the ball and then thinking what should we do now.

Oh well there's always next season...
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