Tony Fernandes hailed the “new QPR” after Rangers almost pulled off an amazing comeback against Birmingham.
Rangers lost 4-3 at Loftus Road, where they stormed back from four down and were denied a point by Lee Camp’s injury-time penalty save.
Former R’s keeper Camp kept out Nahki Wells’ spot-kick as the visitors were left clinging on.
Co-owner Fernandes, though, saw plenty of positives.
Exhausted. All kinds of emotion in that game. Lots of positives lots of negatives as well. But best was atmosphere at Loftus. We almost did it fans were amazing . And this is new @QPR never say die.
— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) February 9, 2019
TBF to tony what I think he means is new for this season as we were one of the teams that scored the most goals in the last 10mins of games in the league last season . BUT Not the result we wanted but let’s all get behind the team for this FA cup Watford game 🔵⚪️🔵⚪️
— Marc Bircham (@marcbircham) February 9, 2019
So confused. Kinda unbelievable. Horrific start. Incredible fightback. Some positives. No points.
— Amit Bhatia (@Amit_Bhatia99) February 9, 2019