Luke Amos’ 88th-minute winner for QPR, coupled with Reading’s remarkable 4-4 draw against Swansea, consigned Wayne Rooney’s beleaguered Rams to the drop to League One.
Relegation with three games to go means that hat can play in England’s third tier for the first time since 1986.
Their fight for survival, in a campaign halt by a 21-point deduction, may solely are prolonged if they equalled or bettered Reading’s result.
When Amos coolly slipped the ball past goalkeeper Ryan Allsop, their hopes of staying up had taken a serious blow but weren’t over.
However, Tom McIntyre’s 95th-minute leveler for the Royals ended what dim hopes the Rams had left.
Even then, Tom Lawrence was sent off for a second yellow card for a foul on Charlie Austin to compound Derby’s misery.
QPR ended a seven-match winless run to maneuver up to tenth in the table and to within 2 points of the top six, though sixth-placed sheffield United may increase that gap if they beat Bristol city soon monday.
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