Ebere Eze’s penalty just before half-time earned QPR a deserved point against Derby. Here’s how we rated each Rangers player in the 1-1 draw at Pride Park.
Joe Lumley: 6
Solid enough and a big improvement on a terrible display against Nottingham Forest in midweek.
Angel Rangel: 7
Made a big difference on his return to the side. A calming presence at right-back and tucked in to cover his central defenders when necessary.
Grant Hall: 7
Had a very decent game at the heart of the defence. Read the play well and always looked to build from the back.
Toni Leistner: 7
Determined, imposing and not afraid to bring the ball out from defence when the chances arose.
Ryan Manning: 7
Redeployed at left-back after a spell as a wing-back. Played well and had an effort saved.
Geoff Cameron: 7
Performed an important role protecting the Rangers back four.
Luke Amos: 7
Very good in the first half and seems to be getting into his stride after his injury problems. Did fade somewhat before being taken off.
Bright Osayi-Samuel: 7
Always a threat, especially in the first half, and won the penalty which led to Eze equalising from the spot. Praised by boss Mark Warburton after the game and rightly so.
Marc Pugh: 7
Handed a rare start and justified his inclusion with a clever, hardworking performance behind Jordan Hugill.
Ebere Eze: 7
Took his penalty well and always bothered Derby’s defence. Great to watch when in full flow.
Jordan Hugill: 7
Had a shot saved but otherwise had very little joy in terms of scoring opportunities. But he performed a crucial role up front, where he worked hard and held the ball up well.
Josh Scowen: 6
Shored things up in midfield after coming on. Nahki Wells, on for the final 11 minutes, also helped Rangers see the game out and get the point they deserved.