Championship: Gary Brazil sees Nottingham Forest play-off push as unlikely
Nottingham Forest caretaker manager Gary Brazil admits that a play-off push is "very hard now" after defeat at QPR.
Last Updated: 12/04/14 5:38pm
QPR twice threw away the lead, given to them by Yossi Benayoun - after just 65 seconds - and Junior Hoilett, when they gifted Jamaal Lascelles and Matt Derbyshire equalisers.
But, just as their inability to defend corners looked set to cost them, Onuoha celebrated the birth of his daughter earlier in the week by firing the hosts back in front.
Rangers then added a heavy gloss to the scoreline in stoppage time when Morrison slotted past Karl Darlow before teeing up sub Zamora for the fifth.
While Rangers are destined for the play-offs, Forest look set to miss out after a 12th game without a win, in front of incoming manager Stuart Pearce.
Caretaker boss Brazil, who is keeping Pearce's seat warm until the summer, admitted: "I didn't see the last few minutes going like that.
"At 2-2 and with 15 minutes to go, I thought we looked the side more likely to get the third goal.
"To lose those goals right at the end is bitter for everyone.
"We had the opportunity to go on and win the game and we didn't take it. In the end, the score makes it look like we got a doing, but it wasn't like that.
"That makes the play-offs very hard now. It's not impossible and we have to believe we can win our last four games, but that was not the result we wanted. It makes it a long shot now."