Many Queens Park Rangers fans took Twitter to respond to their side’s 1-0 home defeat to Bournemouth last night in the Sky Bet Championship.
A lone goal from Dominic Solanke proved enough for the Cherries as they left west London with all three points on a frustrating night for the Rs at Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
And to add to Mark Warburton’s misery, midfielder Andree Dozzell was also sent off in stoppage time at the end of the second half to compose a night for the hosts to forget.
Naturally, QPR loyalists were quick to react to what they saw from their side, with many taking to social media to express their take on the performance that had been showcased.
Here, we take a look at some of the best fan responses on Twitter as the Rs get lost.
Again, I could have played for hours and not scored. No final ball. No movement in the box. Good possession does not win games. As for the defense of their goalâ¦.
– Matthew O’Regan (@ mattheworegan2) December 27, 2021
The manager let us down today.
We could all see the dikes had no service
Why wait 70 minutes to put Uncle Albert on?
We shouted it.
Poor manager today
– SpongeBob Jimbob (@ jimbob46967148) December 27, 2021
We were poor today. 0-4 would have been a fairer result than 1-1.
– Timo Lohi (@TimoLohi) December 27, 2021
God horrible performance. 3 weeks off for nothing. No more excuses for playing multiple matches in 1 week.
– Daily QPR (@QPR_Daily) December 27, 2021
What a joke, three weeks for that Stroud should never referee us again, Bournemouth is a bunch or cheaters, we deserved a draw but only a top six point with games in hand but really need to win the game from the nest two home losses in a row to rivals is not good.
– Archie (@ Amtj2003) December 27, 2021
Extremely frustrating. Well done only in the games. It looked like a team that hadn’t played in a while. Arbitrate an absolute shame.
– Ken Whitelaw (@whitelawkr) December 27, 2021
All of our promotion rivals are in trouble except when they face us. We will play any team in good shape. A good season but when the big games come, the Rs fail. No play-offs this season.
– dixon guy (@ guydixon1) December 27, 2021
It wasn’t football, it was more of a Christmas pantomime
– Robert Duncombe (@ RobertDuncombe3) December 27, 2021
And the Christmas bells ringing there are the bells of doom
– Jonathan Bergdahl (@JonBergdahl) December 27, 2021
– Mark Davenport (@ MarkDav81485887) December 27, 2021