Redknapp joy at QPR workrate

Substitute keeper Rob Green ensured Harry Redknapp's reign as QPR boss started with a positive result after making a stunning save to deny Steven Fletcher.

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The former England keeper somehow clawed away the Scotland international's 64th-minute header on a night when Redknapp saw plenty to persuade him that his cause may not be a forlorn one.

"We worked hard and we deserved a point tonight," said Redknapp.

"We defended well and denied them chances. I feel more optimistic tonight than on Saturday.

"I saw enough to think we can go on a small run and keep ourselves in the pack."

Sunderland gaffer Martin O'Neill added: "I know QPR will be buoyed by Harry Redknapp's appointment, but I thought we could create enough to win."

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