Queens Park Rangers assistant Kevin Bond believes that Millwall can count themselves lucky to get a point at The Den this afternoon.
Queens Park Rangers assistant manager Kevin Bond has said that the Hoops should have beaten Millwall in this afternoon's Championship encounter at The Den.
Niko Kranjcar and Charlie Austin had twice given the visitors the lead but a 92nd-minute strike from Jermaine Easter helped the Lions snatch a point at the death.
"I thought we should have won the game," PA quotes the 56-year-old as saying. "We pretty much, from a possession point of view, controlled the game.
"We were in charge. We did not create as many chances for a side that had as much of the ball.
"They always carried a threat, they looked like they might get on the end of something. We were still the better side but that is football."
Second-placed Rangers trail Burnley by two points at the top of the Championship.
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