Queens Park Rangers gave one of their best displays of the season on Saturday, when they held Manchester City to a 2-2 draw at home in the Premier League.
Harry Redknapp’s side took the lead after 21 minutes when Charlie Austin found the target. Sergio Aguero made it 1-1 just past the half-hour mark, but an own goal from Martin Demichelis on 76 minutes raises hopes that QPR could stage an upset at Loftus Road.
That was not to be so for Rangers, though, as Aguero found the equaliser seven minutes from full time to earn a point for City.
QPR are still second from bottom in the Premier League table, but club chairman Tony Fernandes is still a proud man.
Proud of our boys .gave the champions a run for the money should have beaten Liverpool and gave Chelsea a scare .I'm a super proud chairman.— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) November 8, 2014
Thought the ref had a poor first half . all credit to the boys . we showed what we can do today— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) November 8, 2014
Looking over the last few weeks when backs were against us . we kept calm didn't make rash decisions . ... http://t.co/kVhBe6g60y— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) November 8, 2014
What I don't understand is all the yellow cards we got and some worse tackles got nothing.— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) November 8, 2014