Warnock feels QPR should have collected win at Hull

A scrappy game at the KC Stadium ended scoreless between Hull and Championship leaders QPR with Rangers boss Neil Warnock disagreeing with his opposite number Nigel Pearson, over who bossed the encounter.

A scrappy game at the KC Stadium ended scoreless between Hull and Championship leaders QPR with Rangers boss Neil Warnock disagreeing with his opposite number Nigel Pearson, over who bossed the encounter.

Rangers did edge a disappointing affair and created a handful of half-chances.

But it was Hull who had had the best opening, although Warnock claimed only his men were chasing the three points.

"I'm disappointed and frustrated," said Warnock. "I think you've got to say you're happy when they have a clear chance like they had at the end.

"But, no, I'm really frustrated. I was surprised how Hull set the stall out - put the bus in front of the goal.

"I felt we dominated the game for 80 minutes. I just thought the last 10 minutes they had a little bit. We could have done a lot better in the last third. We didn't test the keeper enough."

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