QPR came from behind to claim a much-needed 2-2 draw against Hull City at the KCOM Stadium.
The Hoops found themselves trailing after just seven minutes as a Kamil Grosicki pass found Jarrod Bowen who fired low past keeper Joe Lumley.
Hull dominated the opening period and Bowen got his and Hull’s second just before half-time in almost a carbon copy of his opening strike.
Bowen then should have claimed a hat-trick just before the hour mark only to fluff his lines with Fraizer Campbell’s rebound blocked on the line by Joel Lynch.
Soon afterwards Josh Scowen halved the deficit with a scuffed effort before seeing another effort headed off the line by Hull’s Marc Pugh.
However, QPR weren’t to be denied as Tomer Hemed poked home from close range in the 84th minute to ensure the points were shared.