QPR manager Ian Holloway has praised his side's ability to pressurise Reading in the ball, saying that he hopes the fans liked what they saw.
Speaking after the game, Holloway said: "I thought the lads did fantastically well.
"The co-ordination of the two up front pressing and closing was a joy to see from my point of view.
"We had to get it right, we had to get a lot of them to show their work rate. All the work we’ve done in pre-season to get them in a really good place fitness wise and that was a huge point of it.
"It’s all about doing what we need to do and I think our two strikers were our best defenders, because they chased and worked and caused them all-sorts of problems.
"Sometimes it’s easier to be an organised defensive coach than to play around people, particularly on this pitch, but you’ve got to coordinate that.
"I’m delighted with everybody. I hope our fans liked it because they saw us press and close and chase and we looked a good team at times."
The Hoops midfield picked up real praise from the stands for an extremely effective display against the play-off finalists, and Holloway was pleased with their efforts as a whole.
He said: "That midfield has only played together once, and that was last week. We kept our shape and got more and more joy, and luckily got things at the right time."