QPR 0 - 3 Liverpool: Reds leave Rangers rooted to the bottom of the table
Three goals in half an hour gave Liverpool all three points as they beat an awful QPR team 3-0, after travelling to Loftus Road without ill manager Brendan Rodgers.
The home side never had a chance to get out of the blocks as Luis Suarez scored his first goal in the tenth minute after more dismal defending from the London side, most notably Clint Hill. The Uruguayan doubled his tally and his team's lead just five minutes later after some good work down the right by Stewart Downing.
The Hoops continued looking lost and when Daniel Agger’s scored his second goal of the season it was all but over for the home side, with their fans booing them off the pitch at half-time.
Redknapp thought a change after the break would help as he brought on Shaun Derry in midfield in place of striker Djibril Cisse. Although it didn’t help get them a goal, they didn’t concede anymore which could be crucial for their goal difference come the end of the season.
Stephane M’bia and Adel Taarabt both had shots saved by Pepe Reina in the second half and Steven Gerrard was unlucky not to add his name to the score sheet as his chance was cleared off the line.