QPR vs. Liverpool: 6 Things We Learned in Reds 3-0 Win

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QPR vs. Liverpool: 6 Things We Learned in Reds 3-0 Win
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Daniel Agger makes it 3-0 to Liverpool

Liverpool ended 2012 with a fine 3-0 win at Loftus Road in the Premier League, moving themselves up to ninth place and leaving Queens Park Rangers at the bottom of the table at the turn of the year.

Having suffered two poor defeats in their last matches, the Reds were desperate to pick up three more points this time around as they searched for some consistency. Pre-match plans were hit by illness as manager Brendan Rodgers, head of performance Glen Driscoll and reserve goalkeeper Brad Jones were all struck down by a virus.

Even so, Liverpool got off to a great start and hit two goals in the opening quarter of an hour to really deflate the home side and their noisy supporters.

The game was effectively over by the half-hour mark when the Reds scored their third. The second half saw a much more conservative performance to close out the game and the all-important points, and Rodgers will be happy to see his team put in a mature display in either half.

Here are six things we learned in Liverpool's final game of the year.

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