There has been something of a cloud hanging over Manchester United this week, but the Red Devils put last week's defeat to Southampton behind them with a win over QPR.
United were disappointing in the first half, and could have fallen behind when Charlie Austin's long-range volley was acrobatically saved by goalkeeper David de Gea.
Manager Louis van Gaal clearly wasn't happy with his side's display, and decided to haul off the underwhelming Juan Mata in favour of Marouane Fellaini - and the change worked.
The Belgian international caused problems for the QPR defence, and opened the scoring just shy of the hour mark, controlling Antonio Valencia's cross before slamming the ball into the roof of the net.
QPR gave it a really good go later in the game, but couldn't find the equaliser - before being caught on the counter attack by United.
Angel Di Maria found youngster James Wilson down the right hand side, and after the striker had his shot saved by Robert Green, he latched on to the rebound and placed the ball into the corner to wrap up the win.
United move back above Southampton into third place, whilst QPR are second bottom of the table - with the pressure building on Harry Redknapp.