Queens Park Rangers has celebrated the anniversary of the first match that they have played at Loftus Road with a 2-1 win over Ipswich.
Ipswich Town have managed to win four games out of their five opening games and were considered as the favorite for this one but unfortunately for them things did not go as planned. Since the start of play they were the second best team and it was Queens Park Rangers who deserved to win the game.
Queens Park Rangers started the match well and took control of the game and could have opened the scoring in the opening stage of the game but Conor Washington will see his long-range effort stopped by the Ipswich Town goalkeeper.
Washington will get another chance to open the score on a cross from Massimo Luongo but this time he will place his order wide of the post.
Just after this occasion, Freeman will have another chance to open the score for Queens Park Rangers but his shot will be kept out by the Ipswich Town goalkeeper.
After a period of dominance, Queens Park Rangers will open the scoring through Mackie just before half-time. This time the goalkeeper will not be able to do anything on a powerful strike.
Just after the break Queens Park Rangers will make it 2-0 with a sweet strike from 20 yards. Ipswich Town will fail to mount a serious comeback and it is only in the closing stage of the game that they could manage to score a goal to make it 2-1.
It was a little too late for them as Queens Park Rangers will defend well and control the game denying them opportunities to equalize. The Queens Park Rangers coach said that he is happy with the way his players have played and that they deserved to win this game.