QPR thoroughly deserved to take a point from Elland Road as they drew 0-0 with Leeds United.
The R's are now unbeaten in their last six against Leeds and they kept up their excellent record with a battling performance.
Not only did they restrict the home side to barely a single clear-cut chance, but Conor Washington had two excellent opportunities to break the deadlock for a famous three points.
Here's how the Super Hoops rated at Elland Road.
Alex Smithies: The star stopper spoke of wanting to spoil the home side's party and his colleagues did so to such an extent that Smithies didn't have a save to make. 7
Nedum Onuoha: In a word, outstanding. Made countless blocks and interceptions, barely giving Chris Wood a sniff. He can lead this QPR team with aplomb for years to come. 9
Grant Hall: Particularly in the early stages, Hall was dominant in the air and made a number of last-ditch clearances from Pablo Hernandez crosses. 8
Joel Lynch: Steady on his return to the side in place of James Perch. His timing could always improve, otherwise dependable. 7
Darnell Furlong: The young defender's gradual improvement mirrors that of the whole team. Yes he was wasteful in the final third but aerially he was excellent and his positional play has come on leaps and bounds 8
Massimo Luongo: The Australian was near faultless in the middle of midfield as the heartbeat of this stellar effort. It's easy to see why he averages the second highest number of tackles in the league. Sniffs danger so well. 9
Luke Freeman: The Hoops fans are starting to really warm to Freeman and his dribbling was once again excellent at relieving pressure. Doesn't get outmuscled in the midfield, either. 7
Jake Bidwell: Wasn't given much of an examination down the left and made a poor error to concede a corner in the first-half. His decision-making in the final third is improving. 6
Pawel Wszolek: Holloway can't help his frustration at the Pole's at times lackadaisical approach to defensive work. He had plenty of space to run into but didn't really take advantage. 6
Matt Smith: Did well up front on his own, on return to Elland Road. Stood up to physical challenge of Jansson and Bartley, although two first-half headers were Smith's only chances. 6
Conor Washington: Probably the best two chances of the whole game fell to the Northern Irishman; his miss when through on goal on 14 minutes could have decided the game. His was a vital counterattacking presence, though. 7
Yeni N'Gbakoto: Did what was required of him late on. 6
Idriss Sylla: Brought on in case of a late chance but nothing transpired. 6
Jamie Mackie: Got involved in some handbags but did little else. 6