Fourth-placed Birmingham kept up their promising start to the Championship season with a commanding 2-1 win over struggling QPR as Chris Ramsey came under yet more pressure.
The victory was a particular milestone for veteran Paul Robinson, who recorded his first league goal for the Blues in 115 appearances. His only other goal came in the FA Cup tie against Bristol Rovers in January 2014.
Robinson's goal cancelled out Matt Phillips' 17th-minute opener, and Paul Caddis sealed the turnaround by converting a 63rd-minute penalty.
Ramsey insisted he doesn't fear for his job as the Rangers boss came in for some criticism from visiting fans late in the game and was far from happy with the result.
The Rs boss is looking for assistance from Neil Warnock who has joined Rangers in an advisory role and insisted his predecessor was there to help him, not replace him.
He said: "It is more of a sounding board for myself. He has a wealth of experience. He has been promoted a few times and bringing him in will add to our backroom staff. We are going to try and tap into his expertise.