Queen's Park Rangers teat Birmingham City by too goals to nil at their west London ground on Saturday (January 26).
Queen's Park Rangers teat Birmingham City by too goals to nil at their west London ground on Saturday (January 26). This victory takes them through to the fifth round of the Football Association (FA) Cup competition.
The Cup competition often produces some surprise results, but one this occasion Queen's Park Rangers -- near the top of the first division -- maintained their League ferm by easily disposing of Birmingham, who are near the bottom of the division.
Queen's Park Rangers, wearing striped shirts and playing from right to left, scored first in the sighth minutes. Bowles dribbled past three defenders and sent over a cross that has headed by Leach. Although Birmingham did their share of attacking and there were some exciting incidents, there was no further score until the 27th minute Queen's Park Rangers scored again. From a free-kick Givens headed the ball hard and very fast through the goal-keeper's fingers into the corner of the net.
Throughout the match, Queen's Park Rangers lived up to their reputation off being the most successful in London.