QPR drew 2-2 at home to Middlesbrough and remained fourth in the Championship table. Here’s how we rated each Rangers player.
David Marshall: 8
Another fine performance from the veteran keeper, who produced two point-blank saves in the first half.
Rob Dickie: 6
Not at his best. Kept things simple against a Boro side determined to stop him playing out from the back.
Jimmy Dunne: 6
The in-form defender’s least impressive display for a while. He battled admirably, but was at fault for Boro’s second goal, failing to clear his lines and allowing goalscorer Dael Fry to nick the ball.
Yoann Barbet: 6
A quietly efficient performance from the Frenchman on his return to the side.
Albert Adomah: 6
Unfortunate to score an own goal when trying to deal with a low cross. Overall he was lively on the right without much of an end product.
Sam Field: 6
Worked hard in midfield – and needed to against a very robust side in Boro.
Stefan Johansen: 5
Hampered by a stomach bug, Johansen struggled before being taken off in the second half.
Lee Wallace: 6
Another R’s player who was not at his best but showed a commendable work-rate.
Chris Willock: 7
Presented with a goal by Joe Lumley’s error. He deserved that slice of luck after a first half in which he helped set up a goal for Ilias Chair and often looked like Rangers’ most threatening attacking player.
Ilias Chair: 7
Opened the scoring with a cracking strike and was bright in spells before being taken off in the second half.
Lyndon Dykes: 5
Was involved in a feisty battle with Fry which the Boro defender generally had the better of. Offered very little in terms of a goal threat.
Andre Gray: 6
Also failed to trouble Boro after being sent on midway through the second half.
Jeff Hendrick: 6
Neat and tidy in midfield after his introduction, while Moses Odubajo, who came on for the final 12 minutes, didn’t have enough time to make an impact.