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Queens Park Rangers: Jack Robinson says QPR were unlucky in defeat to Fulham

PUBLISHED: 15:00 03 October 2017

Queens Park Rangers' Jack Robinson (pic: Jonathan Brady/PA)

Queens Park Rangers' Jack Robinson (pic: Jonathan Brady/PA)

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Rs defender conceded own goal in defeat to Cottagers on Friday

Defender Jack Robinson believes Queens Park Rangers were unfortunate not to get anything out of their west London derby at home to Fulham in the Championship on Friday.

Despite a stoppage-time goal from Conor Washington, QPR went down 2-1 at Loftus Road against the Cottagers.

Fulham’s first came in fortuitous fashion with Ryan Fredericks’ effort deflected in off Robinson in the 41st minute, before Stefan Johansen doubled the visitors’ lead five minutes from time.

Robinson, though, believes QPR deserved to get something out of the game, but believes the result highlights the lack of luck the Loftus Road club have at the minute.

“The fans could see we were at Fulham from the first minute. We had so many shots, so many chances, but we just couldn’t finish them off,” the 24-year-old told the club website.

“It just wasn’t dropping for us, they were getting blocks in, and then at the other end their first goal goes in off my leg!

“It was just unlucky but that seems to be how we are at the minute, unlucky.”

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