Queens Park Rangers fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to have their say on the performance of Charlie Austin against Leeds United at home on Saturday afternoon.
Austin did not start the Championship game at Loftus Road, but came on as a substitute in the 57th minute.
The English striker scored just a minute later, and that proved to be decisive as QPR won the encounter 1-0.
The 26-year-old took four shots, had a pass accuracy of 31%, created one chance, attempted two dribbles and won 63% of his headers.
In 13 Championship appearances so far this season, Austin has scored eight goals and created 15 chances.
QPR are 12th in the Championship table at the moment with 23 points from 18 matches, just five points behind Birmingham City, who are sixth and occupy the final playoff spot.
Rangers fans have taken to Twitter to have their say on the performance of Austin against Leeds.
Below are some of the best comments:
But Phillips and Hoillett have to be wide, Austin up top, with fer off him, Sandro and faurlin! No better front 6 for me! #QPR— positive pel (@pez334) November 29, 2015
Good to see QPR score a goal, never mind win! Leeds forgot to mark Mr Charlie Austin! Need another fit striker though #QPR— James Cooper (@cooper4000) November 29, 2015
Finally back to winning ways, really happy with that, Austin is just irreplaceable #QPR— Luke Moran (@luke_moran24) November 28, 2015
Charlie Austin's arrival allowing Phillips and Hoilett to go wide made real difference today for #qpr Much needed win..— Phil Parry (@philcparry) November 28, 2015
Special players can write their own scripts. Charlie Austin did that today.#QPR— Raymond Eaton (@RaymondEaton2) November 28, 2015
Great win for #qpr today! Well done to Charlie Austin A lovely day wiv everyone as always xx— linzi cloud (@Linzilimelight) November 28, 2015
We're a different proposition altogether when (a) Austin is playing and (b) we've got a bit of confidence. #QPR— Darren Maggs (@DarrenMaggs) November 28, 2015
Good win but without Austin & possibly Phillips this season would be a regulation battle #QPR— Colin Chapman (@BexleyRanger) November 28, 2015
Won 1-0. Charlie Austin. Should have been more. Great to get the win. Leeds were dreadful. #QPR— Alex Ferguson (@viewfromamerica) November 28, 2015
Absolutely buzzing with today. Loftus Road felt like a Warnock game of old, the place was electric when Austin scored, really pleased! #QPR— Owen (@QPRFORLIFE) November 28, 2015