QPR defender Joel Lynch has said that he's disappointed not to have won against Sunderland, but couldn't knock the side's performance.
The Hoops ended up drawing 1-1 despite dominating from the start, with an Aiden McGeady wonder-goal changing the momentum of the game in the host's favour.
Speaking to GetWestLondon, Lynch said: "I thought we were definitely unlucky.
"I think 1-1 is a bit difficult to take in the end. I think the lads are disappointed with the result because we played so well. We had enough chances to definitely win the game but it shows how far we’ve come. To be disappointed with a 1-1 away at Sunderland shows how far we’ve come. It was a positive performance and we definitely should have won the game.
"Everyone knows we had enough chances to get a few more goals at least but we were just unlucky. Sunderland’s goal, he couldn’t have put it anywhere else, it was clinical. If we’d had that killer instinct we could have had three or four. But it was still a positive performance, I don’t think anyone will be disappointed with how we’ve played."