QPR lost 2-0 away at West Brom in the Championship last night.
QPR headed to The Hawthorns for what promised to be another tough outing for the R’s, who looked as though they could’ve claimed a point up until the hour mark.
Jimmy Dunne was sent off after conceding a penalty and picking up a second yellow card, with West Brom scoring the subsequent penalty and adding another before full-time.
It was another turgid performance from Gareth Ainsworth’s men who’ve now lost their last five in the Championship. Though one player managed to impress somewhat in last night’s game; Reggie Cannon.
“Encouraging full debut for the USA international. Has good pace and is keen to get forward. Looks a huge upgrade at right wing-back.”
Last night’s defeat leaves QPR stranded in 22nd place of the table, where they’ve been for the past few weeks now, with the R’s four points adrift.
A positive for the R’s…
In what’s is an otherwise dire season both on and off the pitch, QPR have somehow pulled off what looks like a very good signing in Reggie Cannon.
The 25-year-old looks like he’ll quickly become one of the more quality and dependable players in the side, and Ainsworth will be counting on him to help turn the tide in West London.
But a big turnaround is needed; QPR are only four points adrift but where they’ll pick up points this season remains to be seen, with performances worsening every week.
Up next is a home game vs table-toppers Leicester City, in what many will expect to be a more than comfortable win for the visitors.