QPR fans react on Twitter to Darnell Furlong's performance against Palace

Queens Park Rangers lost 3-1 to Crystal Palace on Saturday, but what did fans think of Darnell Furlong's contribution?

Queens Park Rangers had a first half to forget when they came up against Crystal Palace this weekend.

Chris Ramsey’s side were desperate for a point or three but their hopes of taking anything from this match ended before the interval.

First-half goals from Wilfried Zaha, James McArthur and Joel Ward put Palace out of sight with half the match still to play, and while QPR scored the only goal of the second period through Matt Phillips it was too little too late.

Darnell Furlong was the player to make way at half-time after the 19-year-old endured a torrid match-up with Palace’s Yannick Bolasie.

The winger had the young full-back all ends up and it was no surprise to see Ramsey make the change.

Furlong was making only his third senior appearance for QPR and he has surely learned plenty from his latest match.

But what did QPR fans think of the youngster’s contribution? After the match we took to Twitter to find out and you can read a selection of what we found below:

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