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next round of the cup but moreso to extend their unbeaten run to three games.
He said: “After drawing at Huddersfield and beating Newcastle, it was important that we continued that momentum.
“It was great to come here and win a tough game to put ourselves in the draw for the next round.
“There’s no doubt from start to finish we were the better team and I don’t think anyone can deny that, not even the most diehard Queens Park Rangers fans.
“We had a good shape and apart from a couple of longrange shots, I don’t think our goalkeeper was called upon.”
Coyle also reserved special praise for Mulgrew.
“He’s played Champions League year in, year out, he’s an international player and we were very fortunate to get him,” he added. “He’s had a few injuries but now that he’s playing, we can see his quality and he showed that again.”
HUGS ALL ROUND: Blackburn players celebrate their first goal DOUBLE TROUBLE: Blackburn Rovers Liam Feeney scores their second goal