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Rangel issues verdict after QPR held by Reading



Queens Park Ranger’s defender Angel Rangel took to Instagram after last night’s 2-2 draw with Reading in the Championship, and was disappointed that his side didn’t take the points.

Mark Warburton’s QPR moved up to fourth with a draw at home to Reading last night, but they missed the chance to second having led Reading twice in the game.

Nahki Wells and Jordan Hugill both scored last night and on two occasions, Reading were let back into the game by some questionable defending from QPR – they’re the only team in the Championship without a clean sheet yet this season.

After the game last night, Rangel posted this to his Instagram:

Rangel, 36, has started the last four games at right-back for QPR, but was forced off at half-time last night.

Next on QPR’s agenda is the visit of their West London rivals, Brentford on Monday night.

Warburton faces his former team who moved up to 12th in the Championship with their impressive 3-0 win at Rangel’s former club Swansea City last night.

It’s not thought that Rangel picked up any serious damage against Reading last night, and he should be back in the starting line-up for the West London derby next week.

It’ll be another tough task for Warburton’s team but they’ll be expecting to dictate the game in W12, and cement their spot in the top-six.

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