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- Jim Magilton praised his comeback kings, as the R's fought back from two goals down to claim a quite remarkable 4-2 victory against Derby County.

Speaking exclusively to www.qpr.co.uk immediately after the final whistle, the R's boss said: "Parts of our play were very, very good, other bits and pieces weren't so - but how can I fault the lads after that.

"We switched off for both their goals. The first goal we conceded was a schoolboy one; the second was good execution from the free-kick.

"But our goal just before half-time was crucial and we're playing with great confidence and that showed in the second half when we were absolutely magnificent.

"We were top class for long periods in the half and we ran out worthy, worthy winners."

Despite the final scoreline, Magilton admitting to 'fearing the worst' midway through the first half, but insisted he never had any doubts the R's would respond to the task.

"We feared the worst at 2-0, but we found our cutting edge and turned in a top-class display," he said.

"There's great belief in this group. These lads never give up and we showed a tremendous strength of character to get the job done.

"The one ingredient you need more than any other is belief and we've got that in abundance."

The win lifted Rangers into the top six for the first time this season, but Magilton refused to get carried away by a run of form that has now seen the R's fire home four goals in their last three fixtures.

"I've no idea where this form will take us," he said.

"I'm very much a Manager that deals with it game by game, but I'm delighted with the direction we're heading in.

"Our progression has been steady. We've skipped under the radar which is fabulous, but we're a very grounded group and we won't be letting a result like this get us too carried away." QPR

Stephen Bywater admitted the Derby County players were hurting after the 4-2 defeat at home to Queens Park Rangers today.

The Rams led 2-0 just after the half hour after well-taken goals by Paul Putzov and Robbie Savage.

The Rs hit back a goal before the break through Adel Tarrabt and quickly drew on the level terms early in the second half through Gavin Mahon before taking the lead on the hour thanks to Jay Simpson's strike.

Akos Buzsaky made the points safe in injury time from the penalty spot for Jim Magilton's men,

Stephen told dcfc.co.uk: "It was obviously very disappointing to lose the game having taken a two-goal lead.

"We're hurting and we're all very disappointed at this moment in time.

"The goals were conceded weren't good enough as a team and we know that.

"Their goal just before half-time was crucial because it gave them a bit of confidence; if it had been 2-0 at half-time it could have been totally different.

"But that goal lifted them and they quickly got the goal in the second half which obviously really got their tails up."

Bywater insists that the Rams must not allow their confidence to drop despite this defeat.

"What we have to ensure though is that we keep the confidence and belief about ourselves," he said.

"I have the belief in the lads that we can get results as well as the staff here who are fantastic.

"We can't make excuses for the injuries but they are hitting us quite hard at the moment." Derby


QPR boss Jim Magilton hailed the character of his in-form side after they came from behind to win 4-2 at Derby.

Free-scoring Rangers moved up to sixth place in the Coca-Cola Championship with a third consecutive win and they have scored 11 goals in their last three games.

But it was not all plain sailing for Magilton's side, with Derby taking a two-goal lead courtesy of Paul Putzov's first goal for the club and Robbie Savage's superb free-kick.

Adel Taarabt pulled a goal back before half-time and the former Tottenham player was a constant thorn in Derby's side as second-half goals from Gavin Mahon, Jay Simpson and a late Akos Buzsaky penalty sealed the points.

Magilton said: "Parts of our play were very, very good, other bits and pieces weren't so - but how can I fault the lads after that.

"We switched off for both of their goals. The first goal we conceded was a schoolboy one, the second was good execution from the free-kick.

"But our goal just before half-time was crucial and we're playing with great confidence and that showed in the second half when we were absolutely magnificent.

"We were top class for long periods in the half and we ran out worthy, worthy winners."

He added: "I've no idea where this form will take us.

"I'm very much a manager that deals with it game by game but I'm delighted with the direction we're heading in.

"Our progression has been steady. We've skipped under the radar which is fabulous, but we're a very grounded group and we won't be letting a result like this get us too carried away."

Derby manager Nigel Clough pinpointed two moments that proved pivotal in an open and entertaining contest played in front of another 30,000-plus crowd at Pride Park.

He said: "There were two critical things, conceding just before half-time and then again in the 46th minute.

"When we were 2-0 up it was important that we got to half-time and then kept it tight for 10 minutes in the second half but we could do neither.

"For the free-kick that led to their first goal, we should not be giving them away in that position and then the ball should not have gone around the wall at that height. For the second goal the two centre-halves were sleeping in the 46th minute.

"I thought they played extremely well, you saw a side full of confidence who have scored four goals in their last three games and everyone wanted the ball.

"But we gave the ball away far too much all over the place Sporting Life

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The R's fought back from two goals down to earn a stunning victory at Pride Park in front of the live BBC TV cameras.

Trailing 2-0 to goals from Paul Putzov and Robbie Savage, Rangers responded in emphatic style to gain further ground on the Championship's front-runners.

Adel Taarabt sparked the revival with a delicious right-footed free kick, before the outstanding Gavin Mahon drew Rangers level seconds into the second period with a tidy close-range finish.

The comeback was complete just before the hour, when Jay Simpson bagged his sixth goal of the campaign with a well-taken low drive.

The R's even had the luxury of a late fourth courtesy of Akos Buzsaky's spot-kick, as Jim Magilton's men jumped into the play-off zone in style.

Rangers boss Jim Magilton made just one change from the side that beat Reading 4-1 at Loftus Road on Tuesday evening - though it was enforced.

The switch came in central midfield, where Ben Watson was replaced by Mahon. Watson, of course, serving the first of a two-match ban following his sending off in midweek against the Royals.

Radek Cerny was again between the sticks for Rangers, behind a back four of Peter Ramage, Damion Stewart, Kaspars Gorkss and Gary Borrowdale.

Buzsaky and Taarabt would begin the game out wide for Magilton's men, whilst Mahon lined-up alongside Alejandro Faurlin at the heart of the R's midfield engine room.

There were no alterations in attack, where Wayne Routledge partnered Simpson.

Rangers made the trip to Pride Park with an amazing statistic to their name - they had only been beaten once in 21 years when travelling to Derby.

And the R's looked intent on adding another year to that from the first whistle.

Not long had passed on the clock when after some promising link-up play between Mahon and Taarabt, the latter superbly played Buzsaky in down the left.

The Magical Magyar had time and space to pick out a man in the box, but decided to play a cross first-time - but it was too close to Stephen Bywater in the Derby goal, who got both hands on the ball.

Rangers knew that they could be up against it slightly based on the Rams' home form. Derby had won an impressive four out of their six league fixtures at Pride Park this season.

And the Rams carried on that good momentum when they took a 10th minute through veteran striker Putzov.

Rangers were guilty of switching off from a quick Robbie Savage free-kick, and Putzov made no mistake to slot the ball home past Cerny from close range.

The goal didn't dishearten Rangers too much though. Mahon was unfortunate when he couldn't quite get enough on a header after a teasing cross down the right from Routledge.

Moments later though, Routledge was dispossessed down the right and Teale played a pin-point cross into Rob Hulse.

Derby's number nine seemed certain to score with a header from just six-yards out, but Cerny was on guard to single-handedly beat the ball to safety.

Soon after, the R's thought they had scored when a Faurlin free-kick looked to have hit the back of the net.

But despite vocal cheers from the Rangers faithful in the away end, the Argentinean's effort hit the side netting.

Rangers were having the greater say in terms of territory and possession, though both sides looked dangerous on the break.

The Rams were next on the attack, and when Stewart was harshly penalised for a foul on Putzov just outside the area, another Savage free-kick - this time straight for goal - saw Derby increase their advantage.

Cerny was helpless, as the former Welsh international curled his shot into the top corner of the net.

Despite conceding another, Rangers were far from spectators and if anything, the R's were passing their hosts off the park.

So it was fully deserved when, after Taarabt was fouled 25-yards out, the same player picked himself up in the 39th minute and curled home an unstoppable free-kick to put Rangers firmly back in the match.

Buoyed by the goal, the R's set about getting that all-important equaliser. After Routledge's arcing ball over the top from the right found Simpson, his deft header was well held by Bywater.

However, it was the home side who should have scored the games' fourth goal moments before the break, but Teale opted for placement instead of power and side-footed a weak volley over.

Feeling slightly aggrieved to be trailing at the break, the R's wasted no time in drawing level two minutes into the second period.

Taarabt's sublime back-post cross was expertly guided down by Routledge into the path of Mahon, who calmly tucked the ball beneath the advancing Bywater.

Rangers were now in total control of the affair, and when Taarabt played an exquisite through ball to Routledge, the winger should have done better than to blast straight at Bywater from an acute angle.

But they weren't to be denied, as Simpson's persistence paid dividends just before the hour.

A through ball caused confusion in the Derby ranks and having shrugged off the attentions of Barker, the Arsenal loanee was coolness personified to stroke the ball home from 10 yards.

The R's were rampant by now, with the introduction of Mikele Leigertwood - returning from a recent virus - adding further steel and quality to the R's rearguard.

Indeed, the Hoops could and perhaps should have made it four, when Taarabt broke free down the right, cut inside and unleashed a stinging right-foot shot which Bywater did well to parry.

To their credit, the injury-hit Rams continued to hustle and harry, but the best they could muster was a looping Hulse header which Gorkss mopped up with ease.

But it was the R's who had the last laugh, when a flag from the referee's assistant signalled for what looked a soft foul on Routledge in the area, and Buzsaky stepped up to hammer home number four.

Derby County: Bywater, Connolly, Croft, Savage, Hulse, Teale, Barker, Moxey, Putzov (Davies 68), Stoor (Livermore 63), Hughes (Pearson 68).

Subs not used: Deeney, Buxton, Hendrie, Mills.

Goals: Putzov (10), Savage (36)

Bookings: Connolly (56)

QPR: Cerny, Ramage (Leigertwood 61), Stewart, Mahon, Routledge, Buzsaky, Gorkss, Faurlin, Simpson (Vine 75), Borrowdale, Taarabt (Agyemang 75).

Subs not used: Heaton, Hall, Alberti, Ainsworth.

Goals: Taarabt (39), Mahon (47), Simpson (59), Buzsaky (90)

Referee: Mr M Haywood
Attendance: 30, 135 (733) QPR

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Derby County saw a two-goal lead slip through their grasp as Queens Park Rangers came from 2-0 down to secure a 4-2 victory at Pride Park Stadium this evening.

Goals from Paul Putzov and Robbie Savage - their first goals of the season - had given Derby a 2-0 lead but Adel Tarrbat pulled a goal back for Jim Magilton's side before the interval and skipper Gavin Mahon levelled matters two minutes into the second half.

Jay Simpson put Rangers ahead for the first time just before the hour, crashing a low shot beyond into the net before Akos Buzskay completed the scoring from the penalty spot in the last minute.

The Rams made four changes to their line-up that started in the 2-0 midweek reverse at Middlesbrough.

Dean Leaco** (Illness), Jay McEveley and Kris Commons (both injured) were ruled out and that meant recalls Fredrik Stoor, Lee Croft and Paul Putzov while there was a debut in the middle of the park for new loan signing from Hull City Bryan Hughes who came in for Jake Livermore who was on the bench.

Alongside Livermore on the bench were Steven Davies and Stephen Pearson, both back after weeks out injured while defender Jake Buxton was again available and amongst the seven subs.

In front of the watching nation it was the visitors who got the game underway on 'Wear White Night' with the supporters responding to the rallying cry from the Rams to turn Pride Park Stadium all-white by donning the free t-shirts handed out to every supporter in the ground.

Derby settled the better of the two sides and started confidently with new signing Hughes linking up well with Savage in the middle of the park, twice spraying the ball wide to Croft on the right to launch early attacks which came to nothing.

Rangers gave Derby an early scare when quick-footed Tarrabt picked out Buzsaky's intelligant run in behind the backline but his low cross towards Simpson inside the six-yard box was well claimed by Bywater off his line quickly.

After just nine minutes the majority of Pride Park were on the feet celebrating as the Rams drew first blood when the two most experiecned players in Nigel Clough's side combined to unlock the Rangers defence.

A quick free-kick by Savage played Putzov clear on goal, and from ten yards he crashed the ball home with a first-time strike beyond Cerny for his first goal in Derby colours since his loan switch from Leicester City two months ago.

It was richly deserved after a strong start by the Rams with the Derby faithful in full voice and right behind them.

Derby could have gone further ahead on eighteen minutes but Cerny produced heroics in the Rangers goal to make a fine one-handed save to turn away Hulse's glancing header from Teale's left-wing cross.

In a really enthraling end-to-end encounter Barker was called into action at the back to make a fine interception to deny Simpson getting a shot away after Tarrabt had spotted his run.

Faurlin came close to drawing Rangers level with a free-kick from twenty-five yards which scraped the side netting, but Bywater seemed to have the ball covered.

Rangers were pushing hard for an equaliser, but were struggling to find a way through the Rams backline who were in fine form.

And things got even better for Derby nine minutes before the break when Putzov won a free-kick twenty yards from goal and Savage stepped up to curl home a superb effort leaving Cerny with no chance as the ball flew into the top corner to make it 2-0 to the Rams.

It was a moment of pure class from Savage, and he joined Putzov in opening his account for the season. It was the perfect free-kick if ever there was one.

Rangers quickly hit back with a goal of their own within a four minutes when Tarrabt stepped up to curl a low drive from twenty-five yards into the bottom corner beyond the reach of the diving Bywater, who was given no chance with the curl on the ball.

The goalkeeper wascalled into action before the half was out, making a routine stop from Simpson's header and he also got both hands behind Borrowdale's stinging long-range effort from thirty yards.

The last chance of the half fell to Gary Teale ten yards out but he blasted over after Barker did well to head the ball back across goal into his path.

Rangers were back on level terms two minutes into the second half when a deep ball to Routledge at the far post was laid back across goal and Gavin Mahon made no mistake as he guided the ball past Bywater from four yards out.

Shell-shicked by the comeback, it Derby a few minutes to settle again.

However it was the visitors who had the next chance and Routledge beat the offside-trap to burst clear on goal but Bywater stood tall and made a fine save to turn the ball away.

But he was powerless to stop Rangers taking the lead for the first time in the game just before the hour.

Simpson latched onto a long ball forwards and managed to turn past Connolly and he made no thumping low shot into the back of the net.

That prompted Nigel Clough into a triple substition, throwing Jake Livermore as well as the fit-again Steven Davies and Stephen Pearson into the action in place of Stoor - sporting a huge black-eye - Putzov and Hughes. It was Davies' first appearance in two months after injuyring his ankle against Plymouth Argyle and Pearson's first outing for a month.

Derby mounted some pressure after those changes, winning two corners which had Rangers camped inside their own box for a good few minutes.

On the break Rangers could have made it 4-2 through Tarrbat but Bywater made another superb save at his near post, turning the ball behind for a corner.

Davies almost marked his return to action with a goal but after beating Cerny to the ball from Livermore's deep cross his looping header was cleared off the line.

As Rangers were unable to clear the ball Davies tried his luck again after good work by Savage, but he was off target.

Derby were getting the ball down and pushing on in search of an equaliser, with Hulse squandering a good opportunity with eight minutes to go after the ball fell kindly to him eighteen yards out.

With a minute to go Rangers were awarded a penalty after the linesman adjudged Moxey to have brought Routledge down inside the area, leaving Mr Haywood to point to the spot.

Buzsaky made no mistake from the spot, crashing the ball high into the back of the net to secure the points.

Derby return to action next Saturday with an away trip to Ipswich Town.... Derby

MAIL Derby County 2 QPR 4: Rampant Rangers cut down Rams

QPR came from two goals down to claim an impressive 4-2 victory over Derby at Pride Park and move into the Coca-Cola Championship play-off places.
Veterans Paul Dickov and Robbie Savage gave the Rams an early 2-0 lead in a game that Jim Magilton's Rangers controlled for long periods.
Adel Taarabt pulled a goal back before half-time and the former Tottenham player was a constant thorn in Derby's side as second-half goals from Gavin Mahon, Jay Simpson and a late Akos Buzsaky penalty sealed the points.
Derby took the lead when Savage's quick free-kick caught the Rangers defence napping and Dickov grabbed his first Rams goal courtesy of an emphatic first-time finish.

The Rams almost doubled their advantage after 18 minutes when Gary Teale dispossessed Wayne Routledge and whipped in a cross for Rob Hulse to thunder a header goalwards. Rangers keeper Radek Cerny was equal to the task and produced a stunning reaction save before the rebound evaded the prowling Dickov.
QPR were feeling their way back into the game when Damion Stewart was harshly adjudged to have fouled Dickov on the edge of the penalty area 10 minutes before half-time. From the resulting set-piece, Savage curled a sumptuous 20-yard free-kick into the top corner beyond the helpless Cerny.
In the 40th minute Taarabt proved himself to be more than equal to the standard set by Savage when he was brought down by Paul Connolly 25 yards from goal. The Moroccan playmaker dusted himself down to swerve a clinical low effort around the outside of the Derby wall and into the bottom corner of Stephen Bywater's goal.
The first half ended in a flurry of QPR pressure and less than two minutes after the interval the visitors drew level. Taarabt's teasing ball to the back post was knocked down by Routledge for the onrushing and unmarked Mahon to finish from close range.

Taarabt continued to torment Derby's back line and his clever through-ball released Routledge in the 54th minute, only for the former Tottenham winger to fire straight at Bywater.
The seemingly inevitable happened when QPR took the lead just shy of the hour. Rams defender Shaun Barker failed to make a routine clearance and Simpson strolled through the ensuing panic to finish calmly.
Derby threatened sporadically thereafter, mainly from set-pieces, but Taarabt had the opportunity to put the game beyond doubt when he latched on to substitute Mikele Leigertwood's cross-field ball and bore down on goal to force Bywater into another impressive stop.
Buzsaky settled the issue from the penalty spot in the final minute after Routledge went down under a challenge from Dean Moxey, where contact appeared to be minimal.


Sunday People - RANGERS SETBACK FOUR NIGE John Arnfield Derby 2 QPR 4

Qpr turned up the heat on Derby boss Nigel Clough last night as they came back from 2-0 down to win easily at Pride Park

Injury-hit Rams took a two-goal lead through Paul Putzov and Robbie Savage, but collapsed either side of half-time as Rangers moved to sixth place in the Championship.

Adel Taarabt, Gavin Mahon, and Jay Simpson strikes took the in-form Londoners ahead by the hour, with Akos Buzsaky rubbing salt in the wound with a last-minute penalty.

Three free-kicks lit up the first half as both sides gave it a real go in front of BBC2 cameras.

The first two belonged to Rams captain Savage whose quick free-kick got Clough's men off to a dream start.

Savage played the ball in from the right for Putzov to fire home low just inside the area.

He then did a David Beckham with a curling free kick from just outside the area, the ball flying high to the keeper's right after Damion Stewart's foul on Putzov. But anything Sav could do, young Taarabt could do better, bending home a free-kick for his third goal for the club.

Rangers did have the ball in the net earlier but were pulled back for offside while Alej Faurlin shot into the sidenetting as Derby looked dangerous breaking forward.

Seconds after the break and Rangers were level thanks to that man Taarabt.

He swung over a superb cross from the left, Wayne Routledge was there to pull the ball back and stand-in captain Mahon shot home.

And the comeback continued when a long ball from defence found young Simpson, who held off two defenders for his sixth of the season.

Routledge's searing pace has caused Derby a problem all night long and he was too quick for Dean Moxey, the defender bringing Routledge down in the box.

Buzsaky stepped up to thump the spot-kick into the roof of the net.

DERBY: Bywater 6 - Stoor 6 (Livermore, 61mins, 6), Barker 6, Connolly 6, Moxey 6 - Croft 7, *SAVAGE 8, Hughes 6 (Pearson, 67mins, 6), Teale 6 - Putzov 8 (Davies, 67mins, 6), Hulse 7.

QPR: Cerny 6 - Ramage 6 (Leigertwood, 60mins, 6), Stewart 6, Gorkss 6, Borrowdale 6 - Routledge 6, Mahon 6, Faurlin 6, Buzsaky 7 - Simpson 6 (Vine, 74mins), *TAARABT 8 (Agyemang 74mins). REFEREE: M Haywood People


Rangers boss Jim Magilton has seamlessly switched from Tractor Boy to Chelsea Tractor Boy as he led his young guns into the top six.

The former Ipswich boss is loving life in London with a side who cannot stop scoring - hitting 12 goals in a week.

And they did it here despite going two down to the Rams' old guard, leaving a delighted boss to say: "We showed real character.

"We are making great progress and anything is possible with confidence and momentum - the vital ingredients.

"I know the players have ability and we have a great young squad. But they also showed they have a work ethic.

"We controlled large parts of the first half but lacked a cutting edge as we went two down. But this team have the confidence to bounce back."

The injury-ravaged Rams will have to do likewise as they hover just above the drop zone. Gaffer Nigel Clough was upset, saying: "Heads went down and we weren't good enough, although I'd exclude Robbie Savage from that." Yet things had looked so different as his past masters took charge early on.

Paul Putzov, 37 next Sunday, scored his 100th League goal after a quick free-kick from Savage, 35 last Sunday and making his 50th League start for the Rams.

Next Savage scored a Beckham-style free-kick from the edge of the area - although he probably thinks Beckham scores Savage-style set-pieces.

But Magilton's heroes don't know when they are beaten and were inspired again by on-loan Adel Taarabt.

The 20-year-old from Spurs made it two goals in three games before the break then set up Gavin Mahon for the equaliser seconds after half-time.

Then a long ball found Arsenal youngster Jay Simpson, who easily held off two defenders before slotting home his sixth in nine league starts.

Right at the end, Dean Moxey pulled back livewire Wayne Routledge and Akos Buzsaky stepped up for his fifth goal in six matches. People

NEWS OF THE WORLD Nigel Clough pays the price for crocked Rams

INJURY-RAVAGED Derby lost a two-goal lead to plunge into relegation trouble.

Nigel Clough's makeshift side made light of the club's long list of walking wounded in the early stages.

Goals by on-loan Leicester striker Paul Putzov after 10 minutes and captain Robbie Savage nine minutes before the break gave the Rams a clear advantage.

But the longer the game went on, the more they became stretched.

Manager Clough was smiling as golden oldies Putzov, 36, and Savage, 35, put his side in front.

Savage threaded a free kick through to Putzov for the striker to drive home his 100th career league goal.

And Savage got in on the goal act by curling a 20-yard free kick in off a post.

But the home fans were silenced when Adel Taarabt scored from a 25-yard free kick on 40 minutes.

Two minutes after the break, the visitors were level as Gavin Mahon turned the ball over the line.

And a mix-up in the Derby defence allowed Jay Simpson to slide home QPR's third goal after 59 minutes.

Derby did fight valiantly but they were killed off cruelly in the last minute with an Akos Buzsaky penalty striker following a foul on Wayne Routledge by left-back Dean Moxey.

Rangers boss Jim Magilton said: "At 2-0, I feared the worst - but the lads have got great confidence at the moment and our first goal just boosted that belief." News of The World
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