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Fernandes beaming after QPR comeback

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QPR chairman Tony Fernandes was left with a "smile from one end of Tokyo to the other" after watching his team complete a stunning victory over Liverpool on Wednesday night.

Rangers looked set for yet another dismal evening when they went 2-0 down but they mounted an incredible comeback, with Shaun Derry, Djibril Cisse and Jamie Mackie all scoring in the final 15 minutes to earn a vital win which moves them out of the Barclays Premier League relegation zone.

Speaking from Japan in the run-up to the Malaysian Grand Prix, the owner of the Caterham Formula One team told QPR's website: "We've had a bad run of luck - but I've got a smile from one end of Tokyo to the other right now. The boys played fantastic, (manager) Mark (Hughes) did great. I'm over the moon."

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Djibril Cisse
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Shaun Derry
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Queens Park Rangers
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