QPR boss Mark Warburton bemoaned a lack of cutting edge once more, as Rangers fell to their third-straight league defeat by going down 2-0 at Huddersfield Town this afternoon (Saturday).
After the R's controlled matters for much of the first half, two goals in four second-half minutes ultimately did the damage at the John Smith's Stadium - Elias Kachunga heading home in the 57th minute before Steve Mounie converted a 61st-minute penalty.
“I sound like a broken record currently, but you’ve got to take your chances.” Warburton told www.qpr.co.uk. “We’re creating a number of opportunities and looking like a good team, but ultimately we’re toothless at the moment.
“We looked threatening in the first half and got into some good areas, but we’re not taking our chances – you have to get your rewards.
“It’s about scoring goals and we’re also conceding some very, very poor ones.”
Warburton added: “For the first goal, we were attacking them (Huddersfield) – then the move broke down and we didn’t track a runner. We got punished.
“It was a soft goal and then we were on the back foot, it’s as simple as that. When you don’t score, the other team is always in the game.
“As I said, I sound like a broken record but we’re creating so many chances.”
Rangers now have to quickly dust themselves down for a trip to South Wales and Swansea City on Tuesday.
“We have to pull together as a squad and work hard, setting standards.
“You can see we’re a good team – but we have to be clinical.”