Andy Munro celebrates Blues winning at QPR.
QPR suffered their second defeat in a row as Blues came away with a vital three points. It could have been more except for the woodwork and a couple of fine saves by the Rangers keeper. Yet QPR had more possession, which again proved that unless you are Barca or Manchester City, possession isn’t nine tenths of the game.
An early goal is always useful and thanks mainly to two of our more talented players, Juninho Bacuna and Tahith Chong, we scored the vital first goal and it was also good to see the talented George Hall played in a more forward position. However, perhaps the unsung heroes were the old guard of the Juke, Kevin Long and Marc Roberts . The Juke was a human battering ram, and the other two were both dominant when we had to defend, particularly as Rangers mounted a series of attacks in the last twenty minutes
As regards, the dangers of relegation, we still need at least another win in the final run-in. However, whilst they say it’s not over until the fat lady sings, she must be clearing her throat at the very least.