QPR sit sixth in the Championship table after back-to-back wins. Here’s how we rated the players in their 4-2 victory against Rotherham at Loftus Road.
Rob Green: 6
Made a fine low save at his near post just before half-time. Had little chance with either Rotherham goal.
James Perch: 6
An error in the first half could have led to a Rotherham goal, but he made up for it with some good attacking play in the build-up to Rangers’ opener.
Grant Hall: 6
Not a bad full home debut for the centre-back, but he may feel he could have prevented Rotherham’s first goal.
Nedum Onuoha: 7
Typically solid at the back and, just as he did against Wolves in midweek, he had a decent chance to score.
Paul Konchesky: 7
Got forward well and defended solidly at the back.
Alejandro Faurlin: 6
A mixed game for the fans’ favourite – some smart touches, but his passing radar was unusually off target. And his slip led to Rotherham’s first goal.
Karl Henry: 7
Another steady performance from the dependable midfielder.
Matt Phillips: 7
Clearly targeted by the away side as a danger man and was given little space. Still managed to serve up some excellent crosses and had a decent effort well saved.
Massimo Luongo: 7
Has been moved further forward in the last two games and the Australian international has looked impressive. Set up Tjaronn Chery for his second goal with an excellent run and pull back.
Tjaronn Chery: 8
Was rewarded for some lovely touches and excellent runs with his first QPR goals – the first a tidy finish, the second a sliding tap-in. A star in the making at Rangers it seems.
Charlie Austin: 8
A fine all-round performance from QPR’s number nine, who turned provider for the first goal with an excellent piece of control to set up Chery, before having a hand in the second. He capped his day with a second-half double.