Wayne Rooney and James Wilson applaud the travelling Manchester United fans

Manchester United named Premier League's loudest fans despite late push by Chelsea according to 'Smart Meter' app

Manchester United's fans can lay claim to being the loudest in the Premier League, although Jose Mourinho's criticism spurred the Chelsea faithful on to give them a real run for their money this weekend.

Joey Barton and Richard Dunne of QPR console Newcastle's Ryan Taylor

Newcastle 1 QPR 0: Ryan Taylor reveals he has suffered 'no major problem' after going off injured after 32 minutes

Taylor left the field in tears but should only be out for a short time

Newcastle manager Alan Pardew celebrates with his team after Moussa Sissoko scores against QPR

Newcastle vs QPR: Alan Pardew: In-form Magpies can keep Premier League run going

Toon looking towards Europe after stunning run

Newcastle vs QPR: Alan Pardew has mixed emotions after Ryan Taylor injury

Taylor lasted just 34 minutes in first game in 993 days

Moussa Sissoko celebrates scoring for Newcastle

Newcastle vs QPR match report: Moussa Sissoko strikes late to give Magpies sixth straight victory and continue resurgence

Newcastle 1 QPR 0: Magpies have won six in a row in all competitions as Alan Pardew has reason to smile

Fabricio Coloccini has committed his future to Newcastle

Newcastle vs QPR team news: Magpies without captain Fabricio Coloccini while Ranger welcome back Joey Barton

QPR are missing influential winger Eduardo Vargas after the birth of his daughter

Harry Redknapp is looking to bring someone who 'could make a difference' to QPR in January

Rangers are still in the drop zone but just a point behind Crystal Palace

Jon Walters scores Stoke's second

Seven things we learnt this weekend: Juan Mata won't disappear, Chelsea are better than everyone, Europa League not helping Tottenham

The lessons learnt from the latest round of fixtures in the Premier League, including options at Southampton and the return of Andy Carroll

Manuel Pellegrini

QPR vs Manchester City: Manuel Pellegrini refuses to change style of play despite winning just one of their last six matches

City had Sergio Aguero to thank on Saturday evening after his double salvaged a 2-2 draw with QPR

Sergio Aguero might be forced to settle for chasing individual honours as erratic Manchester City fail to get up to pace for trophies

The Argentinean scored a double at Loftus Road to rescue a point for the visitors

City’s best player by an absolute mile. Took both difficult goals with deadly ease and skill. World class performer. 8

QPR vs Manchester City player ratings: One player scores higher than Sergio Aguero

A look at the individual performances at Loftus Road

QPR vs Manchester City reaction: Joe Hart hopes break will benefit wobbling champions

A late Sergio Aguero goal was needed to rescue a point at Loftus Road

Yaya Toure at Loftus Road

Vine: Yaya Toure hits girl in face with wayward shot then sends her signed shirt

The QPR supporting youngster was fine after the painful looking incident

Sergio Aguero celebrates after scoring against QPR

QPR vs Manchester City match report: Sergio Aguero at the double to rescue struggling City

QPR 2 Manchester City 2: Argentinian makes timely intervention after Austin cuts striking impression

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