NEIL Warnock hailed QPR's battling spirit after they came from 2-0 down to draw at Preston on Saturday.
Billy Jones and a Callum Davidson penalty looked like giving the hosts the points at Deepdale, only for Rangers to hit back through Peter Ramage and Tamas Priskin .
The visitors almost snatched the points at the death, but Rowan Vine blazed over.
But boss Warnock was livid with the penalty decision for Preston's second after Kaspars Gorkss was penalised for a foul on Jon Parkin.
"If you are giving penalties for that then you're going to be giving them all over the show," he said.
"It was a sloppy one but all credit to the lads - we dominated the second half and got back into it and then we had the miss of the day through Viney. He still doesn't know how he's missed it."