Date: 17th August 2014 at 6:09pm
Written by: Hull Admin

Hull’s 2014/15 premier league season got off to a winning start at the weekend.

Queen Park Rangers entertained Hull on Saturday afternoon to kick-off the season with us coming back with a 1-0 win at Loftus Road.

Alejandro Faurlin could have, and maybe should have, done better with a chance that he had for the hosts with Joey Barton curling an effort into the side netting, and not the goal with Steven Caulker having a header cleared off the line by summer signing Andy Robertson.

In what was a rare chance early in the second half James Chester’s (52) header was enough to break the deadlock with Chester much stronger than former England international Rio Ferdinand.

Perhaps QPR earning a point would have been fair and when a penalty was awarded for an apparent Chester handball from a cross from substitute Junior Hoilett they had this chance. Allan McGregor guessed the right way to save Charlie Austin’s spot kick.

A first win at Loftus Road since 1963 was great news but the first half injury to Robert Snodgrass definitely wasn’t!

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