Championship play-off final: Derby 0 QPR 1 player ratings - Could anyone match super-sub Bobby Zamora in the ratings?
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Saturday 24 May 2014
Bobby Zamora scored in the last minute to send ten-man Queens Park Rangers to the Premier League as Derby agonisingly missed out.
Zamora came on as a substitute just before the hour mark but scored perhaps the most important goal of his career.
On the biggest day in the football league calender and on the most expensive game in the footballing world, could anyone match the goal scoring hero in the ratings?
QPR made it extremely difficult for themselves after Gary O'Neil was shown a red card with a third of the game remaining.
But, they defended well enough to hold their opponents at bay and produced their snatch and grab winner with the game all but over.
Chris Martin and Simon Dawkins came close for the Rams but Rob Green saved well from both.
Harry Redknapp's men held on to gain promotion to the Premier League and earn an estimated £80m, leaving Derby to reflect on what could have been.
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