Nouha Dicko reacts on Twitter after Wolves collapse against QPR

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Wolverhampton Wanderers lost 3-2 to Queens Park Rangers at home in the Championship on Wednesday evening.

Wolverhampton Wanderers attacker Nouha Dicko has taken to social networking site Twitter to express his disappointment at the failure to win against Queens Park Rangers at home on Wednesday evening.

Kenny Jackett’s side failed to return to winning ways in the Championship, as they suffered a dramatic 3-2 defeat to QPR at the Molineux Stadium.

Hosts Wolves took the lead as early as the 17th minute when Benik Afobe found the target from close range.

Kenny Jackett’s side doubled the advantage on 24 minutes through Kevin McDonald, who fired home from 18 yards.

However, QPR staged a sensational comeback thereafter and scored three goals to secure all three points.

Star forward Charlie Austin started the comeback in the 38th minute when he headed home Matt Phillips’s cross.

The 24-year-old winger himself restored parity just seven minutes into the second half with an effort from the edge of the Wolves box, and scored the winner on 72 minutes from 25 yards.

Following the defeat, Mali international attacker Dicko posted the following message on Twitter which sums up the current mood at Wolves:

Wolves are 11th in the Championship table at the moment with four points from three matches.

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