The only game of the day in the Premier League produced a 1-1 draw as ten-man Queens Park Rangers FC scored an added-time equaliser to deny Aston Villa FC their second victory of the season.
For all the hosts' first-half dominance, they were unable to forge ahead before the break and looked set to pay the penalty when Gabriel Agbonlahor was adjudged to have been fouled in the area. Scotland international Barry Bannan (58) held his nerve from the spot to give Aston Villa the lead.
Things got worse for QPR when Armand Traoré was sent off in the final minute, but his team-mates continued pushing for an equaliser and gained their reward when, three minutes into added time, the ball flew in off the unfortunate Richard Dunne. The visitors lie eighth following their fifth draw out of six and remain level on points with their opponents in ninth.
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|Last updated: 27/09/2011 17:09 CET|
Dunne 90+3 (o.g.)
Bannan 58 (p)
|Venue: West Bromwich|
S. Fletcher 49
Ba 27, 30, 54
|1||Manchester United FC||6||16|
|2||Manchester City FC||6||16|
|4||Newcastle United FC||6||12|
|6||Tottenham Hotspur FC||5||9|
|7||Stoke City FC||6||9|
|8||Aston Villa FC||6||8|
|9||Queens Park Rangers FC||6||8|
|11||Wolverhampton Wanderers FC||6||7|
|14||Norwich City FC||5||5|
|15||Wigan Athletic FC||6||5|
|16||Swansea City AFC||6||5|
|18||Blackburn Rovers FC||6||4|
|19||West Bromwich Albion FC||6||4|
|20||Bolton Wanderers FC||6||3|