It’s ‘flitty, farty QPR’ no longer, according to Ian Holloway.
The R’s back three combined to nullify the physical presence of Chris Wood and Massimo Luongo was tigerish in the tackle in midfield.
The physicality of his side’s performance particularly pleased, Holloway who is keen for Rangers to shed their lightweight tag.
“We’re certainly not flitty, farty QPR are we?!” he said.
“We all want to see lads standing up for each other and I think the referee should have let go the two yellow cards he gave Leeds.
“This crowd, if you don’t tackle, they aren’t happy are they?
“We were crying out for a bit of skill to beat someone but I love a good old-fashiond tackle. There were plenty of them out there.”
After the Barnsley win, much was made of the specific gameplan that Holloway would put in place for the trip to Elland Road and it was executed pitch perfectly.
Ollie revelled in the way his players heeded pre-match calls to impose themselves on the game and the opposition.
“I can’t complain with a draw,” he said.
“I thought we stuck to the gameplan. They understood it.
“It was a different plan to the last game, a different shape.
“It didn’t look like we didn’t understand and that’s a huge difference.
“I’ve never seen a team concede so many one-on-ones as when I first came here but now, the focus is excellent from the whole group.
“The supporters seem to be enjoying it. That’s a good feeling for me.”
Below you can see what travelling QPR fans thought about their side.