Millen's View: QPR home (1-1)
The Robins were sitting pretty at half time, a goal up through Jonathan Stead's superb 25-yard strike and really looking more and more like they could pull off the win the older the game got.
But in the closing stages, City were left to rue their missed chances when former City-loanee/donkey Patrick Agyemang tapped in from close range to pull his side level.
Millen was disappointed in the manner in which his side conceded a goal like that late on in the game.
When asked if it feels like two points dropped he said: "It does.
"We've worked so hard tonight. The lads showed so much commitment.
"We went one up and I knew QPR would come at us and show what a good attacking side they are and we defended for our lives.
"The disappointing thing was to get undone by the set-piece. If they scored a great goal you can hold your hands up.
"The manner of the goal is what really gets me at the moment.
"We had to defend for long periods in the second half, but on the counter-attack we had some good clear-cut chances.
"You need to score that second goal to kill off the game.
'We showed a real fight against a top team and we can take a lot of positives from that."