QPR boss Gerry Francis said he was not happy with his side which almost threw away a three-goal lead and two men advantage against Everton. In front of 14802 crowds at Loftus road, Andy Sinton’s hat trick helped Rangers to go up by three goals. Everton also had two of their players being sent off and was are a numerical disadvantage but managed to pull two goals back before eventually losing 4-2. Francis said, “At 3-0 most of my players thought that would be it – that really disappointed me. Its never all over until the final whistle.” The victory though was enough to move the Rs into the seventh spot with 32 points from 21 games.
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