Rangers returned to winning ways in the Championship with a stunning 4-3 victory over Bolton at home.
Visitors Bolton took the lead at Loftus Road after just eight minutes when Gary Madine headed home Liam Feeney’s cross.
Feeney doubled the Trotters’ advantage in the 11th minute when he steered home the rebound after Robert Green saved from Darren Pratley.
Jay Emmanuel-Thomas halved the deficit for QPR just minutes later, with Leroy Fer making it 2-2 on the stroke of half time.
Tjaronn Chery put Rangers 3-2 up just past the hour mark, only for Arsenal-owned winger Wellington Silva to equalise for Bolton in the 85th minute.
QPR had the last laugh, though, as Emmanuel-Thomas found the target with a curling effort in the fourth minute of injury time.
Rangers vice-chairman Bhatia was following the match, and he was delighted with the final result.