QPR manager Marti Cifuentes felt his side needed to do more to kill the game off when they were ahead against Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough.

Bambo Diaby diverted a shot from Ilias Chair into his own net to give Rangers a first-half lead, but late goals from Bailey Cadamarteri and Anthony Musaba completed an incredible turnaround for Wednesday and gave the home side all three points in a vital game at the bottom of the Championship table.

"I am disappointed in the way we managed the last 15 minutes of the game," said Cifuentes. 

"We can't lead for so long and then concede two goals like that.

"We had a clear chance to kill the game and in these moments we must take advantage. We didn't score the second but these things can happen.

"In the past two games we have had opportunities to take big steps forward and we have not taken them. The performances have been good but we haven't got the results we wanted.

"We have let Sheffield Wednesday get a hold of the game. They were 1-0 down at home in an important game; we had to do more to frustrate them.

"I think today we weren't able to play the way we would have liked to. In the second half we had a few good periods of possession but we didn't do enough to score.

"We are frustrated with the result but we need to be calm and united and stay together. We need to remind ourselves we were leading away from home for 85 minutes.

"We will take the positives but at the same time we will analyse what we need to do better. Over the festive period we have four games in 10 days and we need to make sure everyone is ready."

Danny Rohl spoke of his pride as his Wednesday side came from behind to take the points.

Rohl said: "It was a hard game against an opponent who forced us to work very hard. I don't think in the first half either team was better than the other; it was a very even game.

"Obviously we conceded the goal and it was very hard for us against a team like QPR because they were defending so deep.

"I spoke to the team at half-time and I said we need to play the ball forward more often. We had the feeling in the second half there was something in the game for us.

"We had to take a few players off because of injury so it was even more difficult for us and this makes me so proud of the team today.

"I have talked about what has made us successful in the last few games and it has all been about having the belief until the very end.

"We got the point against Leicester, the winner against Stoke and again today. I think this shows the character and personality we have in our team.

"We could have been happy with 1-1 but there was a feeling in the stadium. Our crowd at home is fantastic and they pushed us over the line again today.

"I am so proud of the whole team. Right now everyone is working at the very limit to give the best they can for the club."

*copy from PA.