QPR 0-1 Chelsea: Mata controversial-penalty
Chelsea successfully stepped into the FA Cup fifth round after removing Queens Park Rangers. The Blues won 1-0 thanks to a penalty Juan Manuel Mata.
In the action at Loftus Road on Saturday (01/28/2012) , Mata scored in the 61st minute, after a goalless draw in the first round.
This action is also characterized by the absence of a handshake session at the beginning of the fight for the post cases of alleged racist John Terry told Anton Ferdinand.
In the 11th minute a low shot following a blunder Juan Mata Luke Young, still right into the arms of Paddy Kenny.
Afterwards the game runs relatively flat course and arguably tend to be boring, because the ball more struggling in the midfield.
In the 39th minute a backheel pass to see Ramires eyes widened slightly and then release the crossing, but could not grasp his colleagues.
In the 44th minute Florent Malouda's turn to waste the opportunity. A long ball into the penalty box Mata accepted. Only once touched the ball, then he feed to Malouda but unfortunately his shot is still not meet the target.
In the 54th minute David Luiz hard shot from distance was wide on the right side QPR goalkeeper.
Fight lasted an hour standoff finally solved when the referee pointed to the spot, following a breach Fritz Hall to Daniel Sturridge. Eyes that developed as executor successfully outwit Kenny before sending the ball into the goal.
At the end of the game QPR almost equalized after Young on the left side of hard fired horizontal forced Petr Cech brushed off the ball with great difficulty.
1-0 score stood until the fight was over and Chelsea advanced to the next round.
QPR: Kenny, Hill, Hall, Mackie, Buzsaky (Hulse 78 '), Barton, Young, Smith, Helguson (Macheda 46'), Wright-Phillips, Ferdinand
Chelsea: Cech, Ivanovic, Luiz, Terry, Cole, Ramires (Romeu 78 '), Meireles, Malouda, Sturridge, Torres, Mata (Essien 91')