QPR scored one penalty - but they should have had a second, reckons Harry Redknapp.
A second spot-kick in the dying seconds when sub Bobby Zamora was scythed down by Kieran Gibbs could have seen Hoops draw level with Arsenal rather than suffering a 2-1 defeat - their ninth in a row that leaves them still without an away point.
But there was nothing doing from referee Martin Atkinson, who had already awarded two 12 yarders: one of them saved, the second scored by Charlie Austin.
Rs leading striker notched his 12th goal of the season after Junior Hoilett had been tripped in the area.
And despite being under the cosh for long spells in the game, the final 15 minutes brought all out attack from QPR, but sadly, no reward.
Redknapp said: "It was a blatant penalty, we've looked at that. He got dragged down for sure, there is no doubt about that. He could not believe he did not get a decision. He (the referee) probably already given two maybe that is why he did not give it."
Redknapp had to watch his side surrender the lead to Arsenal, as well as a first-half penalty, well saved by Rob Green.
Olivier Giroud was then sent off after he stuck his head in the face of Nedum Onuoha - but Rangers then conceded a second much to the rain-soaked manager's ire.
Redknapp added: "It wasn't until we went 2-0 down that we started to take the game to them
"I thought we were not positive enough against 10 men and for them to score then, it was the worst possible 20 or 30 minutes that were left.
"It was a good opportunity with 10 men to pick up a point, but now we have two home games and we have to pick up points."
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger reckoned Giroud got what he deserved.
"He should have been in control and Olivier Giroud knows he made a mistake and I know him well enough to think that he will not do it again.
"He told me he was pushed in the back and projected against the keeper and maybe the injury he had, was still playing on his mind and he was scared to be injured again.
"He is usually calm. But in my job you have to deal with the strengths and sometimes people’s mistakes. Giroud had apologised to me and his colleagues."