Nedum Onuoha bloodied as QPR lose again

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Nedum Onuoha didn’t have an enjoyable return to the QPR side, after he was forced off after suffering a horrific cut to the cheek.

Onuoha had been out for an extended spell with a hamstring injury, but returned to Chris Ramsey’s team only to end up on the receiving end of this nasty gash, courtesy of team-mate, Steven Caulker.


Shaun Wright-Phillips posted a photo of his team-mates unfortunate injury on to social media site, KICCA, with the caption; “Wish big chief all the best and it goes back to normal #bless bro.”

QPR went on to lose the game 2-1, as Alexis Sanchez returned to goalscoring form; cutting through Rangers’ defence (pardon the pun) for the Gunners’ second. Giroud bagged the other for Wenger’s side before Charlie Austin wowed the crowd with a sensational consolation.


Austin was unlucky not to seal a brace as he saw another attempt go just wide of the post, comfortably beating Ospina. Regardless, England manager, Roy Hodgson would have been impressed with what he saw from the International hopeful.

Onuoha has struggled for fitness this season, only making nine appearances thus far as QPR battle to avoid the drop. They currently sit in 18th and don’t have the easiest of fixture lists down the home straight with games against Spurs, Everton, Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City still to come.

With only one win in their last 10, Ramsey's men could do without any more of these unlucky breaks. Will QPR remain a Premier League side next year? If not who will join them in the drop?

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