Tony Fernandes and Andy Sinton react to QPR result vs Fulham on Twitter


Queens Park Rangers produced yet another strong away performance as they held the in-form Fulham to a 2-2 draw in the Championship clash at Craven Cottage.

In their previous match Rangers earned a shock 3-1 win over Aston Villa at Villa Park, and here they came from two goal down to earn a well deserved point.

QPR owner Tony Fernandes took to social networking site Twitter after the match and expressed his reaction. He tweeted:

Former QPR player and club hero Andy Sinton also took to Twitter to express his reaction. He said that it was a “positive performance” in the second half, and is happy with the desire and passion shown by Ian Holloway’s side.

Promotion-chasing Fulham will rue the missed chance to close the gap with their rivals as they squandered a two goal advantage.

Tom Cairney scored a cracking goal from 20 yards and on loan from Chelsea, Lucas Piazon finished a neat move to put the Cottagers 2-0 ahead.

Rangers pulled one back before half-time through Massimo Luongo who volleyed in from Matt Smith’s header across goal.

Rejuvenated with the goal, QPR dominated the possession after the break and Pawal Wszolek levelled with a composed finish to earn a valuable point for the visitors.

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