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Redknapp rues missed chances as his side are shocked at the Amex
Harry Redknapp reckoned an opening goal from QPR would have sunk Albion last night.
And he was desperately frustrated that they didn’t get it.
Albion boosted their play-off hopes – and probably ended QPR’s dreams of automatic promotion – by beating them 2-0 at the Amex.
But even Redknapp was surprised how much of the ball his men enjoyed.
He said: “I thought it would be a hard game but it wasn’t that hard a game, even though we lost.
“I’m the first to hold my head up when we get beat. We were useless at Nottingham Forest.
“But I thought for 80 minutes (last night) was as good as I’ve seen us play.
“We didn’t take our chances. We got great opportunities and I just felt we didn’t get a break.
“We were solid at the back, we were strong everywhere. It just needed a goal.
“I think if we had got our noses in front there would have been no problem.”
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