MARK Hughes hit out at the officials after QPR suffered a controversial defeat at the Reebok Stadium.
Ivan Klasnic's late goal earn Bolton a vital 2-1 win to inflict a major blow to the Hoops' survival hopes.
However, Hughes was furious that linesman Robert Pollard chalked off Clint Hill's first-half header – even though replays showed the ball had clearly crossed the line.
And the QPR boss blasted the officials in his post-match press conference.
He said: “All we ask for is the key moments to be judged correctly.
“Martin Atkinson is known as one of the best refs, but he was let down by his assistants.
“To have that goal chalked off was a significant moment as scoring first as an away side is crucial. I believe we would've taken the game away from Bolton.
“Not getting a decision of that magnitude correct impacts on what we can get out of the game.
“They even got the decision for our goal wrong, there was a penalty and a handball as well.”
When asked if he was in favour of goalline technology, Hughes added: “It should come in. All we want is a level playing field.”
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