Queens Park Rangers fell to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of West London rivals Fulham on Saturday afternoon, bringing their unbeaten run to an end at five games.
The R's had won two and drawn three of their previous five games, but they were obliterated inside the final stages of the first half at Loftus Road.
Ross McCormack got the ball rolling after 35 minutes, before Moussa Dembele made it 2-0 just five minutes, and Tom Cairney stunned the QPR fans with a third goal in stoppage time of the first half, meaning Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's side went in 3-0 down at half time.
QPR couldn't mount a real fight back in the second half, but Dutch midfielder Tjaronn Chery did pull back a late consolation.
R's fans were understandably unhappy to see their side lose a game to a big rival in such disappointing circumstances - and owner Tony Fernandes wasn't happy either.
Fernandes took to Twitter after the game to tell fans that nobody feels worse than he does after that defeat, but urged fans not to overreact.
He also backed manager Hasselbaink, stating that he knows what to do to get QPR winning games consistently, but acknowledged the defeat against Fulham was an embarrassing step backwards for the club.
Here are some of the tweets from QPR owner Tony Fernandes after the defeat to Fulham on Saturday afternoon...
Guys no one feels worse than I do. Bad day at the office. Don't overreact. We had lost for 5 before. How can u explain Ipswich vs yesterday— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) February 14, 2016
Jimmy know what we have to do. And we know where we need to strengthen. Defeats are horrible especially yesterday.— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) February 14, 2016
As chairman I was embarrassed but don't have short memories. We are in a new journey and one game is not the season. Step backwards for sure— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) February 14, 2016
What did you think of QPR's performance against Fulham?