QPR lost 2-1 to Tottenham on Saturday afternoon - with their players reacting on Twitter after the game.
The R's remain in the relegation zone after their loss, with Chris Ramsey's side running out of time to achieve Premier League survival.
A brace from Harry Kane put Spurs 2-0 up at Loftus Road, and whilst Sandro pulled a goal back to set up a tense finale, Tottenham managed to hang on for all three points.
QPR lie three points adrift of the relegation zone after the defeat to Spurs, and players took to Twitter after the game to bemoan another loss.
Defender Rio Ferdinand felt that QPR were unlucky, which may not be too far off base after having a penalty appeal turned down following a Nabil Bentaleb handball.
18-year-old winger Reece Grego-Cox also tweeted after making his debut for QPR, coming on as a late substitute for Karl Henry.
Finally, injured midfielder Leroy Fer praised striker Kane after his two goals, saying that the England hopeful was 'on the next level' after yet another fine display.
Thought we were unlucky yesterday.. The Premier League can be harsh at times! We need to pick ourselves up & go again for next Sat #QPR— Rio Ferdinand (@rioferdy5) March 8, 2015
Disappointing result today but absolutely buzzing having made my debut against Tottenham, thanks for all the support I've received #QPR— Reece Grego-Cox (@reececox9) March 7, 2015