QPR vs Brighton Competition Report
QPR vs Brighton Competition Report – The manager of Burnley Sean Dyche just said that the championship is more unsystematic than ever; the Seagulls of Brighton were outplayed by the team in 45 minutes in the 13th position, but made a couple of quick goals and then were hooked back by two from the amazing Charlie Austin as striker.
It was not quite fair, for the 1st goal of Brighton must not have been approved and, notwithstanding ranging their undefeated club record to 21 competitions, they misplace the guidance to Middlebrough.
The former seven competitions of the rangers had made only 5 goals for whichever side so a spread of net busting was barely on the cards, yet the entertainment worth was big from the beginning.
The home team, just like the brightness of the florescent shirts of the opponents, create all the best opportunities for a long time, not minimum for they could call on the often missed Austin from the beginning after 3 additional presences following the calf injury of him.
It let the same lively Matt Phillips to return to the correct flank and in the game’s 1st quarter, their pair could have increased on the two goals of their team in 5 competitions.
The pressing game of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink as the new manager got great success as long as the 13 months of his leadership at Burton Albion. It was obvious because the midfielders pushed Brighton in every chance. When control was returned in the 3rd minute, Austin played in the protection and right from the outside of penalty area, David Stockdale happily shot from the corner.
The goalkeeper also should do the similar act in just 4 minutes after Philips broke in from the right side for an impressive left foot drive. Austin tried so hard all over the competition, although in one point protecting without boot, and in many times removed to the left, from the cross midway of him over the first half touched Philips, who’s the attack was cleared off by Inigo Calderon.
Rangers didn’t feel daunted for being powered to the early change when James Perch got strained thigh in the 1st quarter and then he was replaced by Watford Loanee Gabriele Angella. He got a yellow card since he played in center half. Meanwhile, Nedum Onuoha ran across to full back.
In 10 minutes of the game, everything changed because Brighton awakened by making two quick goals. The corner of Rajiv van La Parra was heahed by Lewis Dunk back in 53rd minute into the mix, where Sandro was deliberately pushed by Dale Stephens before making goal with the kick of low overhead.
Next in 2 minutes, QPR misplace control from their own drop in and Van La Parra brought in past Rob Green as guardian Grant Hall make the way.
Austin got the spirit back by saving two valuable efforts and then a shot, postponed Calderon to smack the cross high of Philips to the net.
Five minutes after Dunk got his second yellow card and in a panicky finish that also got 7 minutes of additional time, Austin got out the common grappling of Bruno in the corner to bounce a fully rated equalizer.