Jubilant Ian Holloway took a swipe at QPR fans who left early after his side’s dramatic stoppage-time comeback against Brentford.

Rangers trailed to two Lasse Vibe goals at Loftus Road but substitute Matt Smith halved the deficit three minutes into added time and a minute later Luke Freeman bundled in the equaliser.

QPR boss Holloway said he was disappointed with both sets of fans.”I was disappointed with our fans and with their fans,” he said.

“I’d like to say to ours, ‘You should have stayed’.

“Everybody who did stay, well done, you deserved that. Don’t go home early.

“You might not have missed your last bus, but you missed a treat.

“For me it feels like a win, for them it probably feels like a defeat.

“I will fight for this club until I die and so will my team and they did tonight. It feels great. If you missed it you ain’t half missed something.

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