QPR boss Neil Warnock was also unhappy with a refereeing decision in the 1-1 draw at Portsmouth.
Rangers goalkeeper Paddy Kenny saved a Liam Lawrence penalty but the former Stoke midfielder was allowed to retake the kick and scored.
Warnock said: "Both Paddy Kenny's feet were on the line when he (Liam Lawrence) took the penalty. I'm absolutely disappointed with the decision.
"If the referee is going to do that, there was someone two metres inside the area when Lawrence took the second one. That's if we're being picky. The first one was a fantastic save.
"You could say justice was served, but I am disappointed we haven't won it, if I am honest.
"Apart from a shot that hit the bar in the first half [from John Utaka] I don't think Paddy had that much to do. We could have been a bit more clinical. But I just thought it was a good game with two good teams. We felt an injustice, but it's a hard league. I felt it was a good game in the conditions. I really enjoyed it and it didn't need something like that."