Fulham 3-2 QPR – Harry’s Hoops Lose Again Despite Valiant Comeback At The Cottage (Photos & Highlights)

Alan Duffy

1st, April 2013


By Alan Duffy

Fulham 3-2 Queens Park Rangers – Premier League – 1st April 2013

Despite doing their best to battle back from three goals down, Harry Redknapp’s QPR couldn’t quite peg back the Cottagers in an enthralling west London derby.

Fulham’s goals came courtesy of a Dimitar Berbatov brace (one from the penalty spot) and a Clint Hill own-goal, with Christopher Samba at fault for both the Bulgarian’s strikes. However, on the stroke of half-time, Adel Taarabt got one back to give the visitors hope.

Loic Remy then missed a spot-kick early in the second-half before the Frenchman atoned for his miss by scoring to make it 3-2. Fulham even had Steve Sidwell sent off but the Hoops just couldn’t get that vital equaliser.

Rangers look dead and buried now, seven points from safety with just seven games to go while Fulham go 10th.



Photos: PA

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  1. Jarren says:

    Was a pretty awesome game from the neutral point of view.

    Nice to see Fulham all but secure PL football next season, and also great to see the fight from QPR. In the 2nd half.

    1st half they were diabolical.

    It’s out of Harry’s hands now. If QPR stay up it won’t be thanks to him, it’ll be due to the teams above QPR dissolving into chaos.

    And with Villa & Wigan playing so well alongside Sunderland owed some results thanks to the traditional “sack the manager, gain 6 points” rule that seems to happen, I really can’t see that happening.

    If Harry can pull this off, at this late stage, it will TRULY be a miracle.

  2. Jarren says:

    Oh and BTW, how about a .gif of that cool Berbatov flick?

  3. Anonymous says:

    Bye Bye Redknapp you hypocritical twat

  4. Jesus says:

    Berbatov was pure class! Every touch was superb!

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