first_imgA recap of the action during a weekend when only QPR fans had anything to cheer. Their side beat Brentford, while Chelsea’s miserable season continued and Fulham face the very real threat of relegation.Diego Costa was sent off as Chelsea were beaten at EvertonEverton 2 Chelsea 0 Match report  Hiddink reaction  Player ratings Action: Diego Costa was sent off for the first time in his Chelsea career as Romelu Lukaku’s late double saw their FA Cup hopes dashed at Goodison Park.Reaction: Afterwards, Blues boss Guus Hiddink said Everton had been “going after” Costa before his sending-off, and suggested fatigue and injury problems were major factors behind the defeat.He also said Chelsea’s players have an “obligation” to give their all for the rest of the season even though their hopes of a trophy have ended.Blues’ man of the match: Pedro was the best of a pretty ordinary bunch – click here to see how we rated the players.Sebastian Polter and Tjaronn Chery scored second-half goals for QPRQPR 3 Brentford 0Match report  Hasselbaink reaction  Smith reaction  Player ratings   Action: Goals from Junior Hoilett, Sebastian Polter and Tjaronn Chery gave QPR a resounding victory in the west London derby at Loftus Road.Reaction: Rangers boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink praised Hoilett for his spectacular finish and said the result justified his decision to select the same side that beat Derby in midweek.Brentford head coach Dean Smith defended his own team selection after playing 64 minutes without a recognised striker – and said QPR’s second goal should not have stood, arguing there was a foul in the build-up.Meanwhile, Tony Fernandes posted on Twitter as he and fellow QPR co-chairman Ruben Gnanalingam celebrated the derby win – and former striker Kevin Gallen suggested the club could yet reach the Championship play-offs.Man of the match: Tjaronn Chery’s display stood out for QPR, while Alan McCormack and Ryan Woods were Brentford’s top performers. Click here to see how we think the players from both sides fared.Jokanovic’s side are in danger of dropping into League OneFulham 1 Bristol City 2Match report  Jokanovic reaction  Action: Fulham remain in trouble after Lee Tomlin’s 90th-minute free-kick condemned them to defeat against their fellow strugglers.Reaction: Whites head coach Slavisa Jokanovic apologised to the club’s fans afterwards – and demanded his players go to ‘war’ in the final nine games of the season.Bristol City boss Lee Johnson was, unsurprisingly, a happier man. The son of Hammersmith-born former City boss Gary praised Stoke City loanee Peter Odemwingie – and compared match-winner Tomlin to David Beckham.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img

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