Queens Park Rangers grabbed a massive result on their latest English Championship tie as they trashed Rotherham United in a thrilling match.
The home side looking determined in snatching all three points in front of their home crowd as they put on an aggressive display since kick off.
It took a while though before QPR were able to break the dead lock when Tjarron Cherry scored three minutes before half time break.
Cherry continue to cause problems form Rotherham as he netted his second in that match five minutes after the re-start.
QPR continue to dominate as they added a third goal on 63 from Charlie Austin's effort.
Rotherham were not keen on giving up easily though as they pushed forward vigorously and did managed to pull one back on 72 minutes through Jonson Clarke-Harris.
Things got interesting in the dying minutes as the visitor pulled another goal back, from Thomas Thorpe on 88th minute.
However, two minutes later, Rangers secured all three points as Austin grabbed his brace after successfully converting a spot kick right at the 90th minute.