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Hull 1-1 QPR

Michael Turner's injury-time equaliser earned Hull a vital point against QPR.

Patrick Agyemang had already tested Hull keeper Boaz Myhill with a powerful shot when Dexter Blackstock met Hogan Ephraim's cross to put Rangers ahead.

Rangers continued to dominate but Hull had chances too and Frazier Campbell headed straight at QPR keeper Lee Camp.

The Tigers did equalise when Turner met Caleb Folan's cross and they could have won it when Campbell miscued with his volley from Folan's flick on.


•Hull manager Phil Brown on Dexter Blackstock's goal for QPR: "I've just seen replays of the incident from three different angles and it's completely inconclusive.

"There is no way on earth anyone can say for sure that the ball crossed the line.

"We had a clean sheet and yet we've drawn 1-1!"

• QPR boss Luigi De Canio: "We were definitely lucky to be awarded the goal, but we did deserve something from the game.

"In the second half both of our centre-forwards picked up injuries, and when you don't have that presence, it can be difficult to break out.

"We have problems in the treatment room, and we are struggling with injuries.

"When you consider the fantastic results they (Hull) have had, this is not only a good result, but a deserved one."


Hull: Myhill, Ricketts, Turner, Brown, Dawson, Garcia (Hughes 54), Ashbee, Marney, Pedersen (Folan 61), Windass (Fagan 75), Campbell.
Subs Not Used: Duke, France.

Booked: Fagan. Goals: Turner 90.

QPR: Camp, Mancienne, Stewart, Hall, Delaney, Ephraim, Ainsworth (Connolly 90), Mahon, Rowlands, Blackstock (Leigertwood 55), Agyemang (Balanta 80).
Subs Not Used: Pickens, Lee.

Booked: Rowlands, Camp, Leigertwood.

Goals: Blackstock 14.

Att: 22,468

Ref: Graham Laws (Tyne & Wear).


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