Chris Wilder's Middlesbrough frustrations and officiating annoyance after QPR defeat

Chris Wilder's Middlesbrough frustrations and officiating annoyance after QPR defeat

Middlesbrough boss Chris Wilder was both frustrated with his side's first-half performance, while annoyed at the officiating display he felt contributed to it, as his side slipped to their first defeat of the season. Boro lost 3-2 at Loftus Road after falling 3-0 behind inside 38 minutes. With his side sloppy and inviting pressure on themselves, the home side were ruthless in racing into a healthy lead that ultimately meant goals from Matt Crooks and Marcus Forss proved fruitless as Boro left the capital empty-handed. With Wilder feeling many decisions went against his side such as fouls on Isaiah Jones throughout, a perceived foul on goalkeeper Zack Steffen leading to the second goal, and a penalty call for handball that was waved away, the Boro boss was also hugely critical …
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