Neil Warnock ecstatic with victory

QPR boss Neil Warnock has expressed his delight at his side’s 1-0 win over Chelsea on Sunday, and feels the referee was not at fault for any of the major decisions in the game.

A Heidar Helguson penalty in the first half gave The Hoops victory over their London rivals, and Warnock is happy to have recorded the three points.

“It was fantastic for the fans,” he told Sky Sports.

“You don’t get results like we did today very often, not when playing a team with so much quality.

“But our boys did fantastically, we had a plan and it worked a treat. To get three points against Chelsea is like a dream,” he stated.

Referee Chris Foy sent off both Jose Bosingwa and Didier Drogba in the Rangers’ victory, which Andre Villas Boas was displeased with.

However, Warnock has backed the official and feels he had a good game.

“I don’t think the referee’s done much wrong today. He made fewer mistakes than both teams and I was glad to have someone experienced like him in charge.

“We’ve worked hard for 18 months to get a result like this and it’s fantastic. Now we have to take that on board and get more results like that at home,” he concluded.

QPR have another London derby up next, as they take on Tottenham at White Hart Lane next Sunday.

By Gareth McKnight