Queens Park Rangers could only draw 0-0 with West Ham United on Saturday, with those two dropped points potentially vital come the end of the campaign.
Only time will tell if that is the case, but there is no doubt QPR could have done with a victory that seemed tantalisingly close when top-scorer Charlie Austin stepped up to take a penalty following a handball from the Hammers' James Collins.
However, the forward’s effort was saved by West Ham goalkeeper Adrian and centre-back Richard Dunne also had a goal ruled out for offside on a day that was clearly one to forget for Chris Ramsey’s men.
One player who would have been expected to step up in the face of a relegation battle is Brazilian midfielder Sandro, but a knee injury scuppered his season and he is only just playing his way back into form.
Following QPR’s latest match we took to Twitter to see what their fans thought of the former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder’s contribution and you can read a selection of what we found below:
Needed a win think were done now Barton and sandro worked their socks though of great commitment!! #qpr— josh blake (@urmumshousem8) April 25, 2015
Really unimpressed with Sandro. Has reminded me a lot of Georges Santos. Obviously not as bad but looks so awkward on the ball #QPR— Michael (@MichaelHi92) April 25, 2015
Sandro is looking really solid for QPR last few games. Back to his full fitness #QPR— SDLewis17 (@SDLewis17) April 25, 2015