At the start of the season, Queens Park Rangers fans would be forgiven for worrying that their team would be part of a relegation battle.
Steve McClaren’s side lost their opening four Championship matches and a promotion tilt looked like a distant dream.
Fast-forward a few months and the R’s now sit eighth in the table, three points off the play-off places after 19 games.
In fact, the club are unbeaten in their last three matches, and on Tuesday night they came from behind to secure a point against Rotherham United.
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Will Vaulks opened the scoring for the home side in Yorkshire before Nahki Wells equalised in the 12th minute.
Clark Robertson regained the lead for Rotherham three minutes later, but Luke Freeman was the hero for QPR as he made it 2-2 in the dying minutes of the encounter.
It was not the most vintage display from McClaren’s men, but it has kept them in touching distance of the top six.
Good point, we wouldn’t have done that before, great to have this attitude in the squad now.
— James Privett (@james_privett10) November 27, 2018
That’s a good point. Never gave up. I secretly was hoping for four points out of the last two games but can happily live with the two draws. Now bring on Hull!
— Christian Strickhausen (@Strickhausen4) November 27, 2018
Absolutely cracking result from the lads. Brilliant effort!! Really happy with that #QPR
— Ronnie W (@Ekbalco) November 27, 2018
— Pa (@PostmanPa) November 27, 2018
Fabulous equalizer. Another away point works for me. Good to keep the solid results going.
— Ken Whitelaw (@whitelawkr) November 27, 2018
Get in. Quite a few players were poor tonight though, and we need to be better on Saturday.
— jude. (@Judecairns_) November 27, 2018
Not the greatest point in the world but this team just doesn’t give up! You r’ssssss
— ?️?️8️⃣ (@alfiebryant8) November 27, 2018
Great job! Way to get the point. Let’s keep moving up the table!
— jason desouza (@RealJason13) November 27, 2018
Well happy. Yorkshire is not a happy hunting ground for us
— onefortheroad (@onefortheroad22) November 27, 2018
Good fighting spirit.
— Rob Mungavin (@robmungavin) November 27, 2018