Warnock had seen Danny Graham appear to handle the ball in the build-up to his goal before Jamie Mackie earned the visitors a point in the second half. Warnock said: “I’m disappointed that we haven’t got three points. We got the stuffing knocked out of us. The referee saw it was handball but said it was not intentional. It was a crucial decision.”
Graham fired low into Paddy Kenny’s left-hand corner after being given too much time to turn by Fitz Hall and Luke Young and, not surprisingly, disagreed with Warnock.
The striker, who has now scored six goals in 11 games, also claimed he should have been awarded a penalty for a foul by Armand Traore. He said: “It definitely was not deliberate [handball]. I think we had a good claim for a penalty in the second half which we were unfortunate not to get.”
Mackie scored for the second game running to earn QPR a thoroughly-deserved point and end a run of three straight defeats. The Scotland forward coolly slotted home his 58th-minute equaliser after Leon Britton’s defensive header had slipped between his own defenders to allow Mackie in on goal.
Swansea: Vorm, Rangel (Moore 57), Williams, Caulker, Richards, Sinclair, Britton, Agustien, Allen, Routledge (Dyer 56), Graham. Subs not used: Tremmel, Dobbie, Monk, Lita, Gower.
QPR: Kenny, Young, Hill, Hall, Traore, Mackie, Barton, Derry, Faurlin, Taarabt, Helguson. Subs not used: Cerny, Orr, Gabbidon, Bothroyd, Connolly, Smith, Wright-Phillips.