QPR may have got lucky with a Swansea penalty that never was, but Neil Warnock believes his side deserved a break because the goal they conceded should not have stood.
Armand Traore's heart was in his mouth when he felled Danny Graham in the box in the second half, but referee Lee Probert saw no foul.
But the Rangers boss reckons the official got it wrong when he allowed Graham's 14 th minute strike to stand because the ball brushed the striker's arm when he controlled the ball before shooting.
“I haven't see it again, but I hope it was the most certain penalty ever, and it looked it,” Warnock said of the Swans' justified penalty claims, believing it evened up the score.
“But their goal was still hard to take. It was like a kick in the teeth.
“It's a deliberate handball and he gains an advantage and he wouldn't have scored otherwise.
“The referee said he saw the handball, but that it wasn't deliberate. And that disappoints me even more, knowing that he saw it and didn't understand that it was deliberate.
“We felt it was such an injustice at half time but if anything, I think that actually spurred us on and I'm pleased how we reacted - and only disappointed not to get the three points.”