The relegation rivals drew 1-1 at Loftus Road after 90 minutes of end-to-end action.
Here, Sports Mole assesses whether or not the result was fair.
On target 6
On target 3
Was the result fair?
Both sides had an astonishing number of efforts at goal and, on another day, either could easily have recorded a win. QPR may well argue otherwise, but a point each was probably the fairest outcome.
Rangers were booed off at half time and full time. However, they played some good stuff. Adel Taarabt and Esteban Granero looked very dangerous going forward. If it were not for an outstanding performance from Royals goalkeeper Alex McCarthy, the hosts could well have scored three or four.
Sports Mole's man of the match
Alex McCarthy: Was a commanding presence throughout. He caught well under pressure and made two outstanding saves - tipping Granero's first-half free kick onto the crossbar and denying Cisse from close range late on.
Michael Oliver should be commended for contributing to a brilliant spectacle. He allowed the game to flow and produced just two yellow cards - for Noel Hunt and Adam le Fondre. He also correctly turned down both penalty appeals - the second of which resulted in Le Fondre's booking for diving.
QPR travel to Stoke City on Saturday, while Reading host Norwich City.