Second-half goals from Ki Sung-Yeung and Wayne Routledge did the damage for Swansea as they earned a late win over travel-sick Queens Park Rangers, reports BBC
Swansea were on top throughout, boasting the lion’s share of possession, while creating all the chances. But they just couldn’t find the breakthrough against a resilient QPR side looking to pick up their first point on the road this season.
Harry Redknapp’s men were second-best all evening, but found themselves just over 10 minutes away from sealing a well-earned points before Ki Sung-Yeung scored to break their hearts.
Routledge added to their misery minutes later to wrap up the three points for Garry Monk’s men. The result means QPR are still without a point from any of their away games this season, while Swansea move up into 6th.
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