WATCH: Jamal Blackman's costly error hands QPR winner at Loftus Road
Last Updated: 31/10/17 11:30pm
Idrissa Sylla capitalised on an unfortunate error by goalkeeper Jamal Blackman as QPR edged past Sheffield United 1-0 at Loftus Road.
Blackman, on-loan from Chelsea, misjudged the bounce of the ball and then dropped it after colliding with team-mate Cameron Carter-Vickers, gifting the waiting Sylla a simple tap-in.
There was concern for Blackman immediately after the goal, with the goalkeeper stretchered off after receiving treatment for more than five minutes on the pitch.
After the match, Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder said: "We'll have to wait and see. Obviously it (Blackman's injury) wasn't good. It looked a really awkward fall and we'll have to wait for the diagnosis.
"We've not had the best of nights in terms of injuries. Hopefully the news will be OK once we get back to Sheffield and do the necessary scans on both players."
Sylla's goal, which came in the fourth minute, was enough to hand QPR victory in Ian Holloway's 300th game in charge of the club.
And following wins for Wolves and Cardiff, it also resulted in Sheffield United slipping from first to third in the table. QPR meanwhile are 12th after two wins, while they are also unbeaten in four league games.
Watch Blackman's unfortunate error in the video above