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Posted Monday, August 19th 2019

Numbers game: QPR (H)

We break down the statistics from City's 2-0 home win against Mark Warburton's QPR.

First club goals for Ádám Nagy and Benik Afobe secured the Robins their first three points of the campaign.

Here are some of the numbers from Saturday's victory in the Sky Bet Championship fixture.

TEAM STATS

  • Goals: 2 (Ádám Nagy 35', Beni Afobe 59')
  • Possession: 44%
  • Shots: 9
  • On target: 3
  • Total passes: 338
  • Passing success rate: 74%
  • Tackles: 23
Benik Afobe celebrated his first City goal

MAN OF THE MATCH: BENIK AFOBE

  • Shots: 2
  • Goals: 1
  • Passes: 14
  • Pass accuracy: 71%
  • Touches: 27
  • Aerials won: 2
Tomas Kalas puts pressure on his opponent

ON THE BALL

  • Most passes: Tomas Kalas, 49
  • Pass accuracy: Nagy, 94%
  • Most touches: Kalas, 67
Taylor Moore on the ball

DEFENSIVE DUTIES

  • Most tackles: Taylor Moore, Josh Brownhill and Kasey Palmer, 4
  • Most interceptions: Tommy Rowe, 6
Kasey Palmer drives City forward

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