Queens Park Rangers drew 1-1 with Leeds United on Tuesday night.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's men lost 3-2 to Middlesbrough on Friday night, and after Chris Wood put Leeds 1-0 up at Elland Road on Tuesday, it looked like it would be another defeat for the R's.
However, Sebastian Polter was fouled in the box by Giuseppe Bellusci late on, and Tjaronn Chery stepped up to hammer the ball home and rescue a point for his side.
The result leaves QPR in 11th place in the Championship table, and it was yet another draw for the Championships' undoubted draw specialists.
With 16 draws this season, no team in the Championship have drawn more games this season, with four of their last ten games ending in stalemate.
After the final whistle, QPR legend Rodney Marsh took to Twitter to give his reaction to the result, and suggested that it was another good point Hasselbaink's men.
With just six games left to play, Hasselbaink will hope for a strong end to the season ahead of his first full campaign as boss next term - and hopefully cut down on those draws.
>Another good point for QPR...— Rodney Marsh (@RodneyMarsh10) April 5, 2016
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