It was another bad night for QPR on Tuesday, as they slipped to a 3-0 defeat away to Barnsley at Oakwell.
After defender Rob Dickie saw red for Mark Warburton’s side in conceding a penalty when he brought down Cauley Woodrow in the area, the Tykes striker then picked himself up to despatch the spot kick and give Barnsley the lead.
Conor Chaplin then doubled Barnsley’s lead before half time, and Yoann Barbet’s own goal 25 minutes from time compounded the misery for QPR.
Things could however, have been much worse for Rangers, were it not for the performance of goalkeeper Seny Dieng, with the shotstopper – currently enjoying his first run in the QPR side – making a string of impressive saves to help keep the score down.
That is something that did not go unnoticed by many QPR fans as they took to Twitter to react to the defeat, with many praising the 25-year-old for his efforts in difficult circumstances against the Tykes.
Here, we take a look at what some of those supporters had to say.
Least Seny Dieng had a good game. #qpr
— Kerryn Mark Williams (@KEZATRON3000) October 27, 2020
Dreadful result, shot ourselves in the foot again and never looked in the game after that. Only positive = Seny Dieng, been excellent since he came in #QPR
— Al (@QPRanger9) October 27, 2020
Seny Dieng is class. The only reason we’re not getting pumped 6-0 tonight #QPR
— Harry Carter (@hazzacarter) October 27, 2020
Seny Dieng is the best keeper we've had in years and he has conceded 3 tonight. This isn't good. #QPR
— Gus Skinner (@GusSkinner) October 27, 2020
Positive start then faded very quickly. Dieng aside really poor all over the pitch. How much time will the board allow for this team to gel?
— ⒶⓢⓗⓥⓐⓛⓔⓇ (@AshvaleR) October 27, 2020
So many things wrong once we went down to 10. Lack of desire and leadership. Hamalainen jogging back when they broke, Barbet clueless, Carroll scared to tackle. No leadership. Dykes, Dieng and Willock the only players with some credit. Getting worried now. #QPR
— Lee (@Deathmeister) October 27, 2020
What would that have been without Dieng🙈 Penalty certainly changed the game but we were only 1 player down! #QPR
— steve allen (@steveallen82) October 27, 2020
Absolutely dreadful performance this evening. If it wasn’t for Dieng & some poor finishing it could easily have been double figures. Something isn’t right & it needs to be addressed before it gets any worse #QPR
— Paul Mason (@MasonPaul1882) October 27, 2020
Positives from tonight’s game. The form of Dieng & Albert. That’s it really #QPR
— Terry Stevens (@ElTel10) October 27, 2020