Rio Ferdinand praises Queens Park Rangers' "work ethic" after yesterday's disappointing defeat to Liverpool.
Queens Park Rangers defender Rio Ferdinand has admitted that losing to Liverpool was "hard to take", but has drawn on the positives of his side's performance.
Harry Redknapp's team impressed at Loftus Road on Sunday, but were on the losing end of a 3-2 scoreline, with four goals coming in the final seven minutes of the match against Liverpool.
This morning, Ferdinand tweeted: "Great work ethic shown yesterday from the boys....hard to take a defeat when so much good work put in...huddle up, learn & graft harder."
Ferdinand, who joined QPR on a free transfer from Manchester United in the summer, did not feature during the match after starting on the bench.
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