A QPR fan bangs his head against the stand wall to lead a chant at Loftus Road during a 0-0 draw with Stoke
(Image: Twitter/Samuel William Jones)

VIDEO: QPR fan bangs head against side of stand to lead chant during game against Stoke

Combines support with frustration during 0-0 draw.


Never have I seen a better metaphor for watching QPR on a weekly basis pic.twitter.com/dbcV1t9wOn

— Samuel William Jones (@SamuelWJones) March 9, 2019

This Queens Park Rangers fan banged his head on the side of a Loftus Road stand to lead a chant during Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Stoke City.

The supporter’s head-banging was perhaps indicative of the dearth of entertainment as QPR struggled to break down ten-man Stoke.

Love the way the guy on the left notices him but doesn't react

— JB (@jyb112) March 10, 2019

Nathan Jones’s Potters had had Sam Clucas sent off after just eight minutes for stamping on Josh Scowen.

But Steve McClaren’s Hoops couldn’t find a breakthrough and incurred a red card themselves when Grant Hall was given his marching orders late on.

QPR and Stoke lie 18th and 16th respectively in the Championship table.