Queens Park Rangers got the result of the night with a 3-2 victory over Liverpool. Liverpool will be wondering how they’ve managed to lose this game as they were coasting at 2-0 and should have been ahead by a larger margin than that.
Liverpool outpassed, out shot and even won more duels than their hosts but somehow found themselves on the losing side. The chance conversion statistic in the table above is the most telling – QPR took their chances.
Queens Park Rangers levelled the game with two crosses into the area that were met by Derry and Cisse to head home the goals. This seems to be a problem for Liverpool as they’ve conceded many headed goals, in recent weeks alone they’ve conceded four now to Van Persie, Crouch, Derry and Cisse. A defensive mix up allowed Mackie in to snatch a victory and all credit to QPR for coming back into the game and taking their chances in the last fifteen minutes. A superb turnaround for them and their fans. Can they now kick on and survive?
Here are some passing stats from the game:
All of the stats from this article have been taken from the Opta Stats Centre at EPLIndex.com – Subscribe Now (Includes author privileges!) See Demo’s and videos about the Stats Centre & read about new additions to the stats centre.
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