QPR manager Ian Holloway has said he'd be "fuming" if he was Ipswich manager Mick MCCarthy after a handball incident involving Massimo Luongo went unpunished.
The Australian international was seen hitting the ball with his hand in the build up to the Hoops' first goal, something which wasn't seen by the officials despite being seen by both manager.
Speaking after the game, Holloway said: "I thought we had a massive stroke of fortune where the referee helped us, he should have seen the hand ball.
"We were on the half way line and the ball popped up off Mass (Luongo), I think he’s just moved it with his hand past the bloke it was going to hit, and I thought I could see the movement and thought the fourth official should have seen it, and he should have the power to tell the referee.
"He says he didn’t see it, Mick saw it, I saw it, and that’s one of the ones you get away with. Did I ask him to do it? No. You could did he deliberately cheat, but the referee is paid to look at that and see that.
"I’d be fuming if I was Mick, because we had a meeting about that in the summer, and they were talking about “game-changing moment”; if that Isn’t a game-changing moment (I don't know what is)."
"They’ve got eyes everywhere and they should see that.
"Luckily for us we managed to capitalise on that and score the second goal, because up until that point anyone could have scored."