QPR shocks West Brom with 4-1 away win in Premier League to spark fight for survival



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WEST BROMWICH, England — Queens Park Rangers grabbed a Premier League lifeline with a shock 4-1 win at 10-man West Bromwich Albion on Saturday, only its second away victory of the season.

Eduardo Vargas, Charlie Austin and Bobby Zamora put QPR 3-0 up at halftime. In a potential goal of the season, Zamora chased a long ball before sensationally lobbing Baggies goalkeeper Boaz Myhill with the outside of his foot.

Victor Anichebe pulled one back after the break before Joey Barton's stoppage-time strike.

West Brom substitute Youssouf Mulumbu was sent off on 84 minutes after an aerial challenge with Barton.

QPR moved a point from safety and go to fellow strugglers Aston Villa on Tuesday after ending a five-game losing run. West Brom is eight points above third-bottom QPR.

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