Wolves rally to beat 10-man QPR 2-1

Updated: 04 February 2012 22:52 IST

Substitute Kevin Doyle helped Wolverhampton Wanderers rally for a 2-1 victory at 10-man Queens Park Rangers, whose two new key signings gave contrasting performances on their debuts on Saturday.

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Substitute Kevin Doyle helped Wolverhampton Wanderers rally for a 2-1 victory at 10-man Queens Park Rangers, whose two new key signings gave contrasting performances on their debuts on Saturday.

Doyle came off the bench at halftime and set up Matt Jarvis for an equalizer 51 seconds later, before firing home the winner.

New signing Bobby Zamora had given QPR a deserved halftime lead, but fellow newcomer Djibril Cisse's straight red card for an altercation with Roger Johnson in the 34th allowed Wolves a way back into the game.

Topics : Njazi Kuqi Liverpool Arsenal Newcastle United Manchester United Mark Hughes Alex Ferguson Manchester City Chelsea Football Queens Park Rangers Kevin Doyle English Premier League
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