Norwich City 1, QPR 1 - what the nationals said
The national newspapers' views on Norwich City's 1-1 draw at home to QPR.
Sunday Mirror: 'The home side inspired by the impressive Snodgrass, showed the greater attacking intent in the second half but Rangers held on for a point.'
The Mail on Sunday: 'Had the Rangers striker been an Olympic sprinter, he would have been shown the red card. But cheats can still prosper and so Zamora broke into the penalty area.'
The Independent on Sunday: 'Both managers could consider this an improvement but there's nothing to suggest either club will experience anything other than second season syndrome.'
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The Sunday Telegraph: 'Both put aside their nervy defensive tendencies and refused to settle for a draw in what was an end-to-end 90 minutes.'
The Observer: 'QPR were all over the place and with their midfield offering little protection their defence was as exposed as a prince in Las Vegas. Clint Hill had to be removed for his own sake after the break.'