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Queens Park Rangers 3 v 2 Millwall
SkyBet Championship
Wednesday, 17th March 2021 Kick-off 19:00

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Thursday 18th March but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Seny Dieng0.0
Rob Dickie0.0
Jordy de Wijs0.0
Yoann Barbet0.0
Todd Kane0.0
Stefan Johansen0.0
Geoff Cameron0.0
Lee Wallace0.0
Lyndon Dykes0.0
Chris Willock0.0
Charlie Austin0.0
Macauley Bonne0.0
Ilias Chair0.0
Dominic Ball0.0
Sam Field0.0
Albert Adomah0.0
0.0Bartosz Bialkowski
0.0Shaun Hutchinson
0.0Alex Pearce
0.0Jake Cooper
0.0Mahlon Romeo
0.0Ryan Woods
0.0George Evans
0.0Ben Thompson
0.0Scott Malone
0.0Jed Wallace
0.0Mason Bennett
0.0Sean Williams
0.0Tom Bradshaw
0.0Jon Dadi Bodvarsson

Match Rating0.0 

Your Queens Park Rangers v Millwall Match Reports

Patrick added 22:19 - Mar 17

"One of those nights" under the lights at Loftus Road. Absolutely brilliant. Such a shame we weren't there to raise the roof when the third went in. MOTM? My head says this was looking 0-3 to Millwall all the way until a superb glancing header from That Man just changed the whole momentum of the game. But my heart says that Lyndon Dykes left blood, guts, sweat and everything else out there all night. Give it to him, Clive!

Geoff78 added 10:09 - Mar 18

Terrific fightback and after dismal first half (reminded me of the worst of last season) we deserved the three points for character and skill. I couldn't believe how poor our first half defending was and but for Seny we could have conceded more. Dickie's worst performance since those daft penalties/free kicks at the beginning of the season. And Cameron looked lost in midfield.

I don't understand why Dom Ball has slipped so far down the midfield pecking order. He's clearly not as talented as Field and Johansen, but offers more energy and drive than Cameron.

And finally Lee Wallace, rightly singled out by Warbs for praise. In recent games his non-stop bursts down the wing have been more and more effective and the quality of the final ball has immeasurably improved. His defending is better as well but he's still inclined to switch off or not get tight enough to the attacker. He's now a crucial part of the line up. Perhaps being replaced by Hämäläinen for those few games when he was injured has helped his motivation.

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