SHOCKING NEWS:”Queens Park Rangers Manager Disappointed with Plymouth Draw, Says ‘Not A Novel Occurrence'”.

“QPR head coach Marti Cifuentes has elaborated on the team’s setbacks as they conceded a late equalizer, resulting in a two-point drop away at Plymouth Argyle on Tuesday night. Despite initially taking the lead in the 73rd minute courtesy of Sam Field, the West London side appeared poised to secure a win and potentially widen the gap from the relegation zone by six points with four matches left.”
However, Albert Adomah, who came on just a few minutes after Field opened the scoring, found himself as the villain following a mix-up at the back as goalkeeper Asmir Begovic flapped at a cross from a corner before the ball ricocheted off the 36-year-old and crept into the net.
While it’s still a point on the road and moved QPR up to 16th, Cifuentes and his players will feel as though it’s a massive opportunity missed ahead of the final few weeks of the season, particularly as the Londoners have games against Hull City, Preston North End, Leeds United and Coventry City on the horizon.
“After the match, the Spanish coach expressed his frustration with his team’s failure to secure victory after leading 1-0, highlighting that this isn’t the first instance where Queens Park Rangers have struggled to score a crucial second goal in a match this season [quotes sourced from West London Sport].”

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