QPR defender Jack Robinson has said the whole team must take responsibility for switching off against Derby County.
The former-Liverpool man was named captain for the clash at the iPro stadium, the first time he's taken on the responsibility, and said that he tried everything to keep his team motivated.
Speaking to GetWestLondon, he said: "I think that for 45 minutes we kept our shape and did exactly what the gaffer wanted, we went 5-4-1 and just tried to make them force it and it worked because it frustrated them and frustrated their crowd.
"Just that one mistake killed us, again. We just switched off and they broke through and scored. After that goal our heads just went down and when the second one went in we found it hard to create chances.
"It's poor from all of us when you stay solid for 45 minutes, and it's just that extra couple of minutes of the added time, but that's when you have to concentrate the most. We switched off and it cost us.
"I think you could see that the heads went down. I was still trying to get the lads going but the second goal just deflated all of us. We went 2-5-3 to try and create chances but it just wasn't our day."