Luton 1-2 QPR: Rob Dickie nets a late winner as Mark Warburton’s side come from behind to lift themselves into the Championship play-off places
- Cameron Jerome put Luton in front despite an apparent handball in the build-up
- Andre Gray earned and scored a second half penalty to bring QPR level
- Rob Dickie then flicked home from close range from a corner to give QPR the win
- QPR have now moved into the top six in the Championship following this victory
QPR overcame a first half deficit to beat Luton 2-1 at Kenilworth Road on Sunday to move into the top six in the Championship.
The hosts dominated the first half, but took the lead in controversial fashion in the 37th minute when Jordan Clark’s handball in the build-up went unnoticed and allowed Cameron Jerome to unleash a shot from the edge of the area that squirmed under the grasp of David Marshall.
QPR hit back after the interval, though, with Andre Gray earning and scoring a penalty to put them back on level terms, before Rob Dickie flicked home a corner seven minutes from time to hand his side all three points.
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Rob Dickie (R) wheels away in celebration after putting QPR in front for the first time
Luton players celebrate Cameron Jerome (R) opening the scoring at Kenilworth Road
QPR players congratulate Andre Gray after he equalised for the visitors from the penalty spot
Tempers flared at half time after Luton dominated the first 45 minutes on Sunday afternoon