After Queens Park Rangers lost 2-1 at home to Everton, while having two goals disallowed, and doing enough in the game to score the chances to have put themselves ahead, manager Chris Ramsey said he can’t believe the Londoners didn’t win against the Toffees, reports Sky
Queens Park Rangers put in a great performance against Roberto Martinez men at Loftus Road, but came away with nothing to show for it. They remain 19th in the Premier League table, and now only have eight games to go in the season. With Rangers four points from safety, they are fast running out of time to haul themselves from the relegation zone.
Their form has been woeful of late, which suggests their fate may be sealed in the Premier League. They have lost five games in a row in the division, picking up just five points from their last 13 games, but such an impressive performance against the Toffees could well be the catalyst to survival.
Ramsey certainly feels Rangers could use their recent showing against Everton – albeit a defeat – as a marker to build on for their coming games of the season. He said: “It’s very disappointing. How we have not come out with three points is unbelievable. I am hoping it can be shown in regards with how the boys played and how they fought for the club. Teams in our part of the division haven’t won so it keeps us in touching distance We have to perform like that for the rest of the season.”
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