Championship: Hull City 2 QPR 3
Ebere Eze converted two second-half penalties to help QPR to a deserved victory at Hull.
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Middlesbrough 0 West Brom 1 - Report and pictures
QPR: Kelly, Rangel, Leistner, Barbet, Manning, Scowen, Cameron, Osayi-Samuel (Pugh 62), Chair (Amos 83), Eze, Wells (Hugill 62).
Unused subs: Lumley, Kane, Ball, Mlakar.
He signed a new contract yesterday - but Hal Robson Kanu's week got even better after he netted the only goal as Albion secured a 1-0 win at Middlesbrough.
In what was a keenly contested clash at the Riverside Stadium both teams created chances to win it.
Filip Krovinovic, Jake Livermore and Matheus Pereira all had chances after meeting cut-backs from Grady Diangana.
Bilic was forced into a change when naming his starting line-up with Matt Phillips missing the trip to the North East with a minor shin problem.
It meant Filip Krovinovic came back into the team with the Benfica loanee taking over duties in the number 10 role.
That meant Matheus Pereira switched to the right flank with Grady Diangana on the left in Bilic's 4-2-3-1 system.
It was Albion who started the game on the front foot with Bilic's men getting into dangerous areas right from the off.
They almost opened the scoring when Diangana did well to bundle his way to the byline before sending in a low cross which found Krovinovic.
From close range, the Croatian then looked to curl a strike into the corner but his effort was brilliantly blocked by Ryan Shotton.
Bilic's men weathered the storm and came close to breaking the deadlock once again with Diangana doing more good work to get to the byline.
This time he picked out Jake Livermore with a low cross but the midfielder then scuffed a shot off target.
Albion had got most of their enjoy in the first-half through Diangana.
And that continued to be the case following the re-start with the West Ham loanee doing brilliantly to nut-meg Fry before picking out Livermore.
Once again, though, Shotton was in the right place to make a brilliant block to keep Bilic's side at bay.
Moments later the Baggies threatened again when Diangana hit the byline once more.
This time he cut the ball back to Pereira but Shotton was in the right place to make another well-timed block.
That miss proved to be costly with Albion then opening the scoring in the 82nd minute.
After Sawyers and Diangana combined, Edwards then saw a shot blocked.
And the ball then fell kindly for Robson-Kanu who tapped in from just a yard.
From that point, the Baggies managed the game well.
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Middlesbrough 0 West Brom 1 - Player ratings
Albion (4-2-3-1): Johnstone, Furlong, Bartley, Ajayi, Ferguson, Livermore (Hegazi 90), Sawyers, Krovinovic (Edwards 62), Pereira, Diangana, Austin (Robson-Kanu 62).
Subs not used: Bond, O'Shea, Brunt, Townsend.
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Time and time again the winger managed to get to the byline and pick out a man – with Boro simply unable to live with his trickery. A mixture of good defending and poor finishing meant he sometimes got frustrated with his team mates. But Diangana got his reward in the end by playing a key role in the winning goal. A fantastic display. 9