Queens Park Rangers and Blackburn Rovers played out a 1-1 draw at Ewood Park last night.
QPR drew 1-1 with Blackburn at Ewood Park yesterday, but the overriding emotion after the match was one of disappointment.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s side had led for the large majority of the contest, but they let their advantage slip in the 85th minute and ended up sharing the spoils.
Marsh feels that the result should still reflected on as a positive one, though, as Blackburn is renowned as a difficult place for visiting sides to perform.
Good draw for JFH last night. Blackburn not an easy place to get a result #QPR— Rodney Marsh (@RodneyMarsh10) January 13, 2016
QPR had taken the lead against Blackburn when Leroy Fer capitalised on a goalkeeping error from Jason Steele to prod in from close range.
Rangers looked organised after seizing the iniative, but a late Hope Akpan header stopped them from claiming victory.
QPR have now failed to win any of their first seven matches under Hasselbaink’s stewardship, and they have slipped down the Championship table quickly.
The R’s are now in 17th place in England’s second tier, and they are 13 points behind the play off spaces.