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‘Immense’, ‘What a game’ – Many QPR fans react as player stars against Coventry

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QPR made it 11 points from their opening five games yesterday, beating Coventry City 2-0 at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.

Second half strikes from Lyndon Dykes and Yoann Barbet earned The R’s all three points in West London, pushing them into third position. 

Along with Fulham, West Brom, and Bournemouth, QPR remain unbeaten at the start of this Championship season. 

In their next four away games, The R’s will travel to each of the aforementioned trio, in what is expected to be a tough month for Mark Warburton’s side. 

However, the 58-year-old will be proud of what he has seen so far and will be using the forthcoming international break to best prepare for the next few weeks.

Summer signing Stefan Johansen put in another strong performance for The R’s, continuing to impress the QPR faithful after initially joining on loan in January.

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The Norwegian midfielder has started every game for the West London outfit, since making the short move from Fulham.

Since his arrival earlier in the month, the 30-year-old has featured 26 times, captaining the side on five occasions too.

Here, we take a look at how some QPR fans have reacted to Stefan Johansen’s performance against Coventry City yesterday afternoon…


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