QPR fell to a 2-1 defeat after Ryan Fredericks' first half goal gave the visitors the lead.
It was a fairly even game up until that point, but the finish from defender was a real sucker-punch after the Hoops were starting to play their way into the game.
The second half was much the same story, and things looked doomed when Stefan Johansen made it two for the visitors.
Conor Washington grabbed a goal after his introduction, and the Hoops pushed forward for an equaliser
But who were the QPR players to come away with any credit?
Three stars - Luke Freeman
The only player who looked like making anything happen. Freeman wasn't scared to get on the ball and surge forward, while also going close with two or three good efforts from outside the area.
Two stars - Alex Smithies
Made a number of smart saves to keep the score down against Fulham. A real class-act and a consistent presence behind a sometimes shaky looking defence.
Very little he could have done about either goal.
One star - Massimo Luongo
A decent game for the midfielder. Used his experience to try and cause problems for Fulham, and linked up well with Freeman to set the Hoops on their way.
Also went close in the second half with a decent left-foot effort from outside the area.