Queens Park Rangers head coach Chris Ramsey was left wondering what might have been after his side drew 2-2 with Blackburn Rovers.The R's trailed at half-time after Shane Duffy's opener, but Charlie Austin levelled immediately after the break with his sixth goal of the season.
Jordan Rhodes restored the visitors' lead with a well-taken goal but defender Nedum Onuoha headed home Daniel Tozser’s corner 11 minutes from time to give Ramsey's men a share of the spoils.
“It’s very frustrating,” he told qpr.co.uk.
“Again we didn’t start well in the first half, but I thought some of the stuff we played in the second half was very good.
“On the balance, I thought we were a little unfortunate not to win the game.
“The players showed a lot of character after Saturday; I thought we did okay – but I know we’re capable of much more.
“We’ve got to stop conceding soft goals. I’m gobsmacked, because a lot of the goals we’re conceding are coming from individual mistakes.
“We’re not getting undone tactically with the goals we’re conceding –we’re just being too sloppy, making individual errors, and it’s costing us at the moment.”