Vincent Kompany explains what pleased him most in table-topping Burnley's dominant win at QPR

By The Exchange Team

Burnley resumed their form at QPR. The top-of-the-table Clarets took a two-goal lead at Loftus Road with a disciplined effort.

Vincent Kompany's squad thrashed Blackburn Rovers in their penultimate match before the World Cup break.

on a chilly afternoon in the city, warmed the sell-out away end and Burnley fans at home.

Despite the Championship's month-long hiatus, neither team appeared to be warming up.

George Thomas was clipped by Aro Muric as he ran the ball out of play inside the box in the first 30 seconds, but he may have been offside. The hosts could have had a penalty.

The home side struggled to create chances and wasted the one they did when Chris Willock blasted over from 15 yards after wonderful work from Ethan Laird down the right.

That concluded the game, and Kompany brought Scott Twine and Darko Churlinov off the bench to cap a great effort by the table-topping Clarets.