The manager of QPR was dissatisfied with the VAR judgment in today’s encounter against Swansea City.

QPR’s late equalizer against Swansea City did not satisfy manager Gareth Ainsworth.

In the Championship encounter at Loftus Road, they trailed to a seventh-minute Josh Ginnelly goal.

It appeared like the Wonelsh team would win for the first time under manager Michael Duff, but Lyndon Dykes, on as a second-half substitute, equalized when he headed home Ilias Chair’s left-wing cross for 1-1.

However, it was frustration over the opening goal that dominated the Hoops boss’s mind at the final whistle.

“I’m not happy,” he said. Handball is Swansea’s goal. The referee missed it, and the assessor stated that they couldn’t see it without VAR, yet his hand is still out.

“Right now, the green is working against us.” We deserved a better result from the game.

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“I will add, though, that we must hit the objective more frequently. We need to put greater pressure on the opposing goalkeeper. We are creating opportunities, and we must seize them.

“Lyndon’s header was a brilliant moment in a game where we should have scored more goals.”

“We need to improve our ability to get to the end of things.” But we are creating opportunities, which is a wonderful thing.

“At the final whistle, you could see seven or eight boys collapse on the floor because they had emptied the tank again.”

“I’m disappointed we didn’t get more out of tonight, but not getting that point would have been a travesty.”

Rangers play at Birmingham City on Friday night at 8 p.m.




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