Leeds United's Lewie Coyle in action with QPR's Massimo Luongo
Rangers suffered their first competitive loss of the season, as they went down 3-2 to Barnsley away from home.
The home team took the lead as early as the fourth minute when Marley Watkins headed in.
QPR restored parity at Oakwell just two minutes into the second half through a Chery penalty, and Sebastian Polter added the second for Rangers from the spot on 74 minutes.
However, Conor Hourihane made it 2-2 with a stunning free kick in the 77th minute, and Josh Scowen scored the winner for Barnsley in the 89th minute. Grant Hall of QPR was sent off in the fifth minute of the game at Oakwell.
QPR trio Luongo, Ngbakoto and Chery have taken to Twitter to give their reaction to the defeat to Barnsley.
Leeds United's Stuart Dallas in action with QPR's Tjaronn Chery
Gutted about yesterday's result. But we can go again on Saturday. Looking forward to seeing everyone there, loud as always!!!— Massimo Luongo (@MassLuongo) August 18, 2016
a frustrating defeat but now focus on the next game at home @QPRFC— Ngbakoto Yeni (@Yeni_Ngbakoto23) August 18, 2016
Disappointed with last nights result. Now to work hard and focus on the weekends game against Preston. #QPR— Tjaronn Chery (@tjaronnchery) August 18, 2016
Over the course of the 90 minutes at Oakwell on Wednesday evening, hosts Barnsley had 48% of the possession, took 12 shots of which five were on target, and earned four corners, according to BBC Sport.
Visitors QPR had 52% of the possession, took 12 shots of which three were on target, and earned one corner, according to BBC Sport.
Darren Pratley and QPR's Massimo Luongo