Writer: Boxer, Vital QPR.
Date:Monday October 4 2010
From Vital QPR:
Heidar Helguson nodded home a stoppage time winner as Queens Park Rangers preserved their six-point lead at the top of the Championship.
In an encounter that was surprisingly open, Rangers grafted to claim all three points despite succumbing to a late Crystal Palace equaliser.
Former Champions League winner Edgar Davids cast a shadow of his former self, dropping a clanger to let in Jamie Mackie, who in turn supplied Adel Taarabt the opener.
It appeared that despite a tough blow for defender Kaspars Gorkss, Rangers were going to cling on but Wilfried Zaha laid on Kieron Cadogan in a bitter blow for the visitors.
The renewed vigour and tenacity displayed by Neil Warnock's QPR saw them climb from the pit of despair with Helguson leaping highest to nod past the forlorn figure of Julian Speroni.
A result that proved harsh on the relegation-threatened hosts, but once again displaying why Queens Park Rangers are genuine contenders this season.
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Date:Monday October 4 2010
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