QPR’s miserable season is finally over. Here’s how we rated the Rangers players in their final non-performance of the campaign – a 1-0 defeat against Liverpool at Anfield.
Rob Green: 6
Could perhaps have prevented Liverpool’s goal. Produced several eye-catching saves after that though.
Michael Harriman: 6
Certainly had his hands full against the talented Jordon Ibe. But the young right-back can take encouragement from his full debut.
Nedum Onuoha: 6
Struggled to cope with Liverpool’s quick and skilful attack at times, but that was unsurprising given how much pressure the Rangers defence was put under.
Clint Hill: 6
Another who found the going tough, but as always Hill kept battling until the end.
Armand Traore: 5
Second best throughout. Had problems defensively and was rarely able to get forward.
Andros Townsend: 5
Struggled to get into the game as Liverpool piled forward. Nothing went his way.
Shaun Derry: 5
Completely outclassed and overrun in midfield, where Lucas and Jordan Henderson gave the veteran a torrid time.
Stephane Mbia: 5
Was also out of his depth. His poor passing also created problems for his team-mates.
Ji-sung Park: 6
Was okay. Lively in the first half and did some decent defensive work.
Loic Remy: 6
Looked dangerous at times, despite the lack of service. Looked to drift in from the flank to pick up space and might have had more joy had his team-mates been more effective with the ball.
Bobby Zamora: 5
A complete non-entity up front, posing no threat to the Liverpool defence whatsoever.
Esteban Granero: 6
Neat and tidy after coming on, but it remained a mismatch in midfield.
Jamie Mackie: 6
Workmanlike when introduced but never looked like affecting the game.