Warnock relieved as QPR extend their unbeaten run

QPR boss Neil Warnock was in fine mood after seeing his Rangers side create club history at Ashton Gate.

QPR boss Neil Warnock was in fine mood after seeing his Rangers side create club history at Ashton Gate.

An 84th-minute equaliser from substitute Patrick Agyemang meant Warnock's men extended their unbeaten run in the npower Championship to 13 games, one better than their team of 1947/48 managed.

Jon Stead had fired rock bottom City ahead after 16 minutes.

The manager said: "I've been waiting a long time to manage a side like this and I'm enjoying every minute of it.

"We had to work really hard for a result tonight and kept going right until the end. I wasn't thinking about the record, just getting another point.

"I've been on the wrong end of some controversial moments against Bristol City so I think I was due a late goal. I loved signalling 1-1 to their fans as I left the field because they always give me a hot reception.

"We haven't won our last few games, but eight victories and five draws is hardly a crisis. You always relish it when your team are top of the table and life is pretty good at the moment.

"I felt it was a fair result to a very entertaining game, Bristol played on the break like the away side, but that was understandable in their position."

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