Referee Andy Woolmer’s decision to award Brentford a penalty in Monday night’s derby angered more than just the Hoops boss.

Woolmer controversially pointed to the spot adjudging Josh Scowen to have fouled Bryan Mbeumo with the scores level at 1-1.

Said Benrahama went on to convert the penalty before Ollie Watkins sealed the tie in stoppage time as the R’s went in search for an equaliser.

Following the tie QPR manager Mark Warburton suggested the decision cost his side victory and that Mbeumo dived to get the decision.

Three points would’ve lifted the Hoops up to second in the league, but defeat means they stay eighth, with Brentford moving up to 12th, just two points behind their bitter rivals.  

As the dust settled at Loftus Road and the West London bragging rights were marched back to Griffin Park, QPR fans were left frustrated and cheated by the controversial decision.

Although there were plenty who saw past the penalty decision, claiming the Bees were the only side who looked like winning.