An irate Neil Harris would not single out Bartosz Bialkowski for his error in Millwall’s 2-1 defeat to QPR at The Den.

The Polish goalkeeper’s 72minute howler allowed Nahki Wells to slot home his second of the game moments after Shaun Hutchinson’s strike drew parity, condemning the Lions to their first home defeat of the season.

The Lions dominated the second half despite going behind in the 56th minute and were in the ascendancy when Bialkowski miss-judged pass gifted the QPR forward with the simplest of finishes.

Defeat left Harris’s side with no win in six games despite a positive start to the season, and the Lions boss could do little to hide his frustration as his side now sit 16th in the Championship.

“How goals change games eh?” he said.

“Football, that’s why we love it.

"One minute you’re up there, 20 minutes to go, thinking here we go, a London derby, the fans have found their voice, building a bit of pressure,  and we make one individual error and the game’s gone.

“It’s a frustration, I feel for Bart, he’s a good lad, a good pro, a good goalkeeper.

“Football isn’t it?”

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Harris’s frustration was felt on the pitch and the stands as well, with many inside the Den feeling Jed Wallace was denied a clear penalty when his goal bound effort was blocked with a QPR arm.

“I’m not here to talk about referees, I’ve given up,” a deflated Harris said.  

“First 25minutes we were the better team, second 25 they were the better team,

“We were getting our noses in front, we got back on level terms, and deserved a point of the game.

“It was feisty, scrappy, and fast at times.

“It did lack a bit of quality at times, but 3-5-2 against a 3-5-2, it’s going to be like that.

“I can’t fault our effort but kicking the ball off the pitch, given it away cheaply, I’m more disappointed giving the ball away, hitting it up the pitch than Barts error.”