Queens Park Rangers could not have got off to a better start in their match against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday, with Sebastien Polter opening the scoring after just two minutes.
From there Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s side would have hoped to go on and secure a comfortable victory, but the visitors had other ideas and they would later equalise through a deflected James Henry effort.
That was how the score stayed, ensuring Hasselbaink’s frustration following QPR’s dominant display in the first half especially.
A second goal before the break would have put an entirely different complexion on the game, but as it was Wolves returned after the break and quickly levelled, leaving the hosts to rue a missed opportunity.
Most QPR fans may have been talking about Conor Washington prior to the match, but the new signing had to wait until the 83rd minute to make his debut.
Instead it was Polter who was the goal-scoring hero, netting for the fourth time in his last five league appearances.
After the match the German took to Twitter to have his say on the result, writing, “Disappointment, but we are working hard to earn more points in the future.”