Date: 16th February 2020 at 8:00am
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I think the phrase is ‘consistently inconsistent’.

After being good at the back and poor upfront on Tuesday night, we’ve managed to switch things around by being poor at the back and good upfront. Now if we can find a way to just combine the two, then we’ll be as happy as Larry.

Queens Park Rangers picked up their first victory in nearly a month as they came from 2-0 down to eventually beat Stoke City 4-2 in rather testing conditions in West London, but it was the man that got things started that seemed to get the lion’s share of the praise from the fans after the game.

Having been given the responsibility of filling Nahki Wells’ boots after his departure, Jordan Hugill hasn’t had the best of times since then, only scoring the one goal before today. So let’s just hope that this game, along with the overall confidence of the team turning the game around will be the spark that he needs to make things happen again.

That was certainly the thought these fans had on the final whistle as they showered the 27-year-old with praise.

What do QPR need to fix more?

The attack

The attack

The defence

The defence

If only he could help out at the back as well to stop the goals going in.