We can win our next games, says Hoops’ boss

first_imgChris Ramsey has every faith in his side’s chances of beating relegation despite their 1-0 home defeat to derby rivals Chelsea.Cesc Fabregas scored an 87th minute winner for the Premier League leaders, with their only shot on target.It was the home side who had the most chances and Blues boss Jose Mourinho had goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois to thank after two brilliant saves from Matt Phillips and Charlie Austin.And Rangers’ courageous display against the table toppers gives Ramsey hope ahead of a crucial season run-in, when they must pick up points against the likes of West Ham, Liverpool, Manchester City, Newcastle and fellow relegation rivals Leicester in the final game of the season if they are to survive.“I think we can stay up,” the QPR boss said. “I think we can win our next games and stay up.“We know that we can perform at a level and it’s down to us to go and do it.“But at the end of the day that would have been a valuable point gained today to get us out of the mire that we’re in.”After the game, goalkeeper Robert Green received criticism after his miss-kick allowed Eden Hazard to dart forward and lay off an assist for Fabregas.But Ramsey was adamant the England international was not to blame and that his side should have defended the situation better.“It’s not Rob Green’s fault,” said the former Tottenham coach.“We could have defended that better than that, once the ball had dropped. We had loads of time to defend that and we didn’t do it properly and you get punished for it.”last_img read more