Queens Park Rangers made it five matches without a win in the Sky Bet Championship after falling to a 2-1 defeat to neighbours Fulham at Loftus Road on Friday evening.
Jack Robinson deflected a Ryan Fredericks effort into his own goal in the first half to give Fulham the lead before Stefan Johansen made sure of the win late in the second half with a low strike after The Whites’ striker Rui Fonte had missed a penalty.
Conor Washington did pull a goal back for the home side in second half injury time but it was too late to rescue QPR an unlikely point.
After the match, QPR fans took to Twitter to give their views on their side’s performance and there was a mixed reaction to the defeat.
Thought #QPR put in the effort but, Freeman apart, Fulham had the extra quality.
Draw would’ve been fair, but…
We need this break.
— Ian Gilson (@AngryofAlton) September 29, 2017
Lots of positives to take but silly mistakes at the back (again) caused us to come away with nothing. #QPR
— Mark (@M_ImpsW12) September 29, 2017
People need to realise that we are a mid table championship side at best. Obviously I want the best but that's what we are #QPR
— James ⚽️ (@qprjamesqpr) September 29, 2017
Don't get all this unlucky rangers stuff, ball was in the air more than I've seen since nasty div 3 days,not unlucky – not good enough #qpr
— Andy Swan (@Andy_Swan82) September 29, 2017
'Had a great game plan'
C'mon, injury time aside we were very poor lads. #QPR
— King of Zamunda (@HRHJaffeJoffer) September 29, 2017
Not clinical enough…25 shots without really threatening…worked hard pushed hard but lack of quality in the final 3rd #QPR
— Rossi Bargent (@RossiB11) September 29, 2017
— Sean McArdle (@SJPMcArdle) September 29, 2017
Fact the of matter is.. as a side we can’t defend. If we don’t score, we’ll never get anything from games.. #QPR
— Kris Love (@KrisLove5) September 29, 2017
QPR are back in action on Saturday 14 October when they travel to The Stadium of Light to face Sunderland.