Queens Park Rangers star Karl Henry has labeled the side’s 3-2 loss against Liverpool on Sunday afternoon as “ridiculous”, as reported by the Daily Star.
Despite significant optimism from fans and pundits about the performance yesterday, which saw Harry Redknapp’s side run the Reds right to the wire, Henry is not so positive about the display, including his own decision making in the clash.
QPR managed to draw level twice in the final seven minutes of the game, having initially gone behind from an own goal by Richard Dunne.
Liverpool were able to reestablish the lead after conceding a goal in the 87th minute, but conceded yet again.
Despite this, QPR chose not to press for a win, and they were punished as Liverpool put together a speedy counter attack.
Raheem Sterling led the charge, breaking away from Henry, and his cross into the area was deflected in by Steven Caulker.
Henry was not happy, saying: “With hindsight I’d be walking off the pitch with a red card and we’d have drawn the game 2-2.
“It wasn’t him that scored, there were still four-five bodies bombing forward from their area and we let it happen.
“We needed to show our fans that we care and we know what’s at stake, what the position is we’re in and we thought we did that.
“But people were dying for the cause so to throw it away at the end was ridiculous.”