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Chelsea down QPR 1-0 after spot-kick controversy

Chelsea down QPR 1-0 after spot-kick controversy

Anton Ferdinand of Queens Park Rangers challenges Daniel Sturridge (right) of Chelsea during their FA Cup soccer match at Loftus Road in London, Jan 28, 2012. Sturridge went on to earn a controversial penalty, which won the match for chelsea. -- PHOTO: REUTERS LONDON (AFP) - Chelsea booked their place in the last 16 of the FA Cup on Saturday after a controversial penalty saw them defeat west London rivals Queens Park Rangers (QPR) 1-0 at Loftus Road. The first meeting of the two sides since the stormy clash which led to Chelsea captain John Terry being accused of racially abusing Anton Ferdinand never lived up to the pre-match hype. Rangers defender Ferdinand was spared the awkward dilemma of whether or not to shake Terry's hand in the pre-match build-up after the FA ruled there would be no handshake shortly before kick-off. A disappointing fourth round tie was settled on ...

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