Paulo Sousa enjoyed his reunion with QPR as Swansea racked up a 2-0 victory in an eventful game in south Wales.
The Swans took full advantage as Rangers were reduced to nine men, as Martin Rowlands and Ben Watson received their marching orders in the second period, with Mark Gower breaking the deadlock in the 74th minute and substitute Lee Trundle sealing the points five minutes from time.
"It was good to get a win against my old club but it was even better to meet up with my old players," said Sousa.
"It is important to beat those teams who are going for promotion as it shows you can win against quality.
"This victory was important with the international break coming up but for 30 minutes it was difficult against them. We took full advantage of being against nine players but we are an honest team and never went out looking for yellow cards."
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