QPR v Wigan player ratings

QPR look doomed after a last-gasp goal denied them a win that would have left them with a fighting chance of staying up. Here’s how we rated the Rangers players on a painful day at Loftus Road.

Julio Cesar: 5
Pulled off a good second-half save but generally failed to command his area effectively enough.

Jose Bosingwa: 6
Sloppy at times in the first half. Improved in the second.

Chris Samba: 6
Certainly a much better display than his horror show against Fulham, but still far short of the kind of top quality he was touted as having.

Clint Hill: 7
Fully committed as always. Did little wrong.

Amand Traore: 5
Was poor before being replaced at half-time.

Andros Townsend: 7
Was lively from the opening whistle. Direct and always willing to take players on and shoot.

Jermaine Jenas: 6
Started well but faded as the game wore on.

Stephane Mbia: 7
A mixed performance. Closed down very well at times and did brilliantly to set up Rangers’ goal. But was also guilty of conceding needless fouls – including one which led to the free-kick from which Wigan equalised.

Junior Hoilett: 6
Bright at times in the first half but faded badly before being substituted in the second.

Bobby Zamora: 5
His daft sending-off left Rangers facing a much tougher task.

Loic Remy: 8
Scored a cracking goal, having been unlucky when a first-half effort hit the post and when a header flashed narrowly wide. His movement was excellent. Has done enough to be picked up by another Premier League club in May.

Nedum Onuoha: 7
Did well at right-back after being brought on for the second half.

Adel Taarabt: 5
Struggled after coming on for Hoilett.



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