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The BBC described Tjaronn Chery’s sublime free-kick, above, against Blackburn on September 10 as ‘sublime.’

We’re unwilling to disagree with Auntie on that one.

The Dutch QPR player has built a reputation for lethal free-kicks set by the sat nav in his boots, regardless of a human wall in front of him.

This one was, well, a cherry on top of a decent game where the ‘10-and-a-half’ – Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s description of the attacker-cum-midfielder – took aim 25 yards out and caught apex between bar and post to send the ball down, in and over the line.

But almost as a reminder of Rs middling season, JFH received a different number this week, his P45 – and the game against Rovers that ended 1-1 was typical of his ex-team's toils for minimal reward.

Still for two seconds, a QPR looked like a world beater

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