Leeds United v QPR player ratings


QPR picked up a point against Leeds courtesy of Tjaronn Chery’s late penalty. Here’s how we rated each Rangers player in the 1-1 draw at Elland Road.

Alex Smithies: 7
Could do little about Leeds’ goal. The in-form keeper gave another confident performance and produced a fine save late on.

Nedum Onuoha: 5
Beaten for pace on a couple of occasions in the first half. He fared better in the second but was never comfortable.

Grant Hall: 6
A mixed display from the centre-back, who looked hesitant at times but also won a number of important challenges.

Gabriele Angella: 5
Sloppy in the first half, when he gave away possession on a couple of occasions. Caught out too for Leeds’ goal, which came when Chris Wood drifted behind him to score.

James Perch: 6
Worked hard at left-back and got forward when possible.

Alejandro Faurlin: 5
Unable to make an impact in midfield, where Rangers were overrun for large periods of the game.

Massimo Luongo: 6
Had one of Rangers’ few efforts on goal and always looked to create, but Leeds had the upper hand in the middle of the pitch.

Jamie Mackie: 6
Worked hard and performed an important role defensively before going off injured after 25 minutes.

Junior Hoilett: 7
Lively, especially in the first half when he had a couple of shots on goal. Worked hard off the ball too.

Matt Phillips: 5
Ineffective on a night when his crosses into the box ought to have tested Leeds’ rookie goalkeeper.

Conor Washington: 6
Isolated and frustrated up front before being substituted. The striker is still waiting for his first QPR goal.

Sebastian Polter: 7
Gave Rangers a physical presence up front and his willingness to pursue a seemingly lost cause was a factor in him winning the penalty which led to Rangers’ late equaliser.

Tjaronn Chery: 7
Made an immediate impact after coming on and his cool penalty was his sixth goal in nine matches.