QPR vs Blackburn
Sky Bet Chboat
3:00pm Saturday October
Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium
QPR returned to winning ways beating Blackburn 4-2 in the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
Nahki Wells goal of the year put them after half an hour and their lead doubled early in the second half.
Blackburn were given hope by Bradley Dacks 57th-minute punishment but Bright Osayi-Samuel revived Rangers two-goal advantage three minutes later.
Substitute Jordan Hugill secured a Rangers triumph by heading home Ryan Mannings cross with 13 minutes remaining. Adam Armstrong netted a consolation.
It had been the response boss Mark Warburton desired after back-to-back beats.
QPRs emphasis on keeping possession – and – shifting the ball sideways or backward to be able to achieve this if needed – contributed to an uneventful start to a few tetchiness and the game one of the home enthusiasts.
However, Rangers patience was rewarded after a move constructed in their own half.
Ryan Manning gathered Ilias Chairs pass and sent in a cross which Osayi-Samuel climbed above Amarii Bell to head back into Wells, who volleyed into the far corner from.
Bell was brought on to replace with what appeared to be a knee injury Rovers defender Greg Cunningham, who had been taken off after 16 minutes.
Another slick Rangers movement led to their goal, scored four minutes.
Manning beautifully traded passes before releasing Eze, who skipped through Derrick Williams struggle and slotted past keeper Christian Walton.
The side of warburton have youthful exuberance and may be good to watch moving forward, but they have been filled with lapses in the back this season – they are to maintain a fresh sheet – along with also their openings were evident.
A couple of moments after Rovers had a goal disallowed for offside after Lewis Holtby cross had been touched in by Williams Yoann Barbet brought down Dack, who tucked off the.
However, Rangers quickly hit through Osayi-Samuel, as Warburton was going to take off him. Josh Scowen pulled the ball back in Osayi-Samuel and the best turned off from Darragh Lenihan before applying the finish.
Hugill missed a chance before finally finding the internet, the on-loan West Ham strikers sixth goal of the effort.
After being set up by Elliott Bennetts low cross with four minutes remaining armstrong pulled back but it was too little too late.