QPR manager Ian Holloway has rued his side's reaction to conceding, saying that they 'looked like a bouncy castle that just went down'.
The Hoops fell to a 2-0 defeat against Norwich City at Carrow Road following two defensive errors, and Holloway said that the game could have been much different if they took their chances.
Speaking after the game, Holloway said: "Unfortunately we didn’t get a goal which on the run of play we maybe deserved, but did we really create enough out of the possession we had?
"I knew the crowd would be strange because they lost the other night, I wanted that to play on our side a bit, and I felt we did quieten them down and unfortunately one bad clearance five minutes into the second half, and oh dear.
"After that I felt like we looked like we could have come back, I thought we showed a bit but it’s important we take our chance.
"Conor has been on fire in pre-season and he was unlucky there. You’ve got to credit the keeper for making a good save. But really deep down did we create enough from the positions we got in? Probably not.
The second goal just killed it all, right in the top corner."
The opener for Norwich seemed to rattle the Hoops, with Holloway saying that the team looked "deflated" after conceding.
He said: "I didnt like the fact that our shape wasn’t right. We didn’t get back, we just looked like a bouncy castle that just went down.
"Hopefully we haven’t deflated too much from that, because I still felt we looked a lot better than we looked this this time at the end of last season.
"Goals change games, i’m afraid. We didn’t get one and they got two. If we’d have got the first one I think we’d have won the game and no-one would be sat here thinking we didn’t deserve it, but that’s life.
"Silly things cost you in this division sometimes."