QPR was a sorry excuse of a team in the first half as Luis Suarez proved too wily and quick for Clint Hill and company. There were times when one felt a rerun of the Night of the Living Dead was being played on TV.
The club improved in the second half but the three goal deficit was too much to overcome even for Adel Taraabt, who is rumoured to have enough talent in his little toe to distract from Tony Fernandes's Grecian style spending. Even Harry Redknapp knows it although he did try and walk back his stream of consciousness.
Liverpool was without Brendan Rodgers, sick with the notorious norovirus sweeping the UK, but it would not have mattered if they had put a goat dropping in charge. QPR were that abject. Time for Arsenal to show up to make them feel good? But the Gunners have improved and their next opponent is Chelsea.