The striker notched up goals number 25 and 26 of the season as a combination of football and willingness to scrap it out saw us home 2-1 in the Premier League at Loftus Road.
Harry headed home Andros Townsend’s free-kick for 1-0 in the first half and capped our best spell of the game with the second on 68 minutes, confidently dribbling past Robert Green after being sent clear by Ryan Mason.
We looked in control at that point but Sandro pulled a goal back for the Hoops on 75 minutes and the home team piled on the pressure but we held on for a second victory in four days.
“These are massive games, tough, playing against teams who are fighting for their lives,” said Harry, who has 16 goals in 18 starts in the Premier League.
“We knew exactly what we were up against away from home at Loftus Road and winning here, you’d definitely take three points. We’re all delighted.
“It’s a tough stadium to come and play at and a tough team to play against.
“We managed to get two goals ahead and were playing well but they got a goal back and that made it a nervous last 10 minutes or so but credit to the lads, we dug in when we had to and played well. I thought we deserved to win.”