QPR fans react on Twitter to Rob Green's performance, as goalkeeper apologises

Rob Green

The Queens Park Rangers shot stopper was sent off against Nottingham Forest, with the visitors going on to win 2-1 at Loftus Road.

QPR's run of three Championship wins in a row came to an unfortunate end on Saturday afternoon as Nottingham Forest beat the R's 2-1 in west London.

The hosts led through none other than Charlie Austin but goalkeeper Rob Green was sent off in the second half, conceding a penalty that the visitors converted.

Forest then went on to add more and Green was ultimately blamed for costing QPR the game.

The 35-year-old did, however, did take to Twitter to apologise to supporters after the game:

And QPR fans certainly appreciated the apology. But Green still got plenty of stick from fans after his Nottingham Forest gaffe, with his kicking in particular being scrutinised.

Many are hoping the veteran goalkeeper's mistake doesn't end up costing QPR over a number of games (as he will now be suspended), with the R's no doubt keen to build on the momentum they had got going before the Forest defeat.

Here's how QPR fans responded to Green's performance against Nottingham Forest, then, including their reaction to his admirable apology. The west London side now drop to seventh - but it is early days and they are only six points off top...

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