QPR v Huddersfield player ratings

QPR remain unbeaten this season courtesy of Grant Hall’s late equaliser against Huddersfield. Here’s how we rated each Rangers player in Saturday’s 1-1 draw.

Joe Lumley: 7

Produced a couple of first-half saves and was generally solid. Has responded well to the importance boss Mark Warburton places on his keeper’s distribution.

Angel Rangel: 6

Solid enough, but hesitant on the ball and faces a real threat to his place from the more dynamic Todd Kane, who came on for him in the second half.

Grant Hall: 7

Rescued a point for Rangers with his 83rd-minute header and was always composed at the back. An encouraging start to the season for the new captain.

Yoann Barbet: 6

Conceded a penalty and was caught out a couple of times, but overall he performed pretty well and his distribution from the back is an asset.

Ryan Manning: 7

Beaten a couple of times in the first half but was a threat at the other end of the pitch. Loves an early cross and tested Huddersfield’s defence numerous times. In the end it was a long, floated free-kick from Manning which led to QPR’s goal.

Geoff Cameron: 8

Had an excellent game in the centre of the park. Firm in the tackle and always useful on the ball.

Josh Scowen: 6

Played his part in a hardworking team performance but his passing can be hit and miss.

Luke Amos: 6

Unspectacular but reliable before being substituted in the second half.

Bright Osayi-Samuel: 5

A frustrating afternoon for the winger. His touch let him down several times and he was well contained by the visiting defence. But he did go close to scoring with a second-half strike that went inches over.

Ebere Eze: 7

Exciting to watch and was unlucky when a goal-bound shot struck Terriers defender Tommy Elphick. Also saw an effort saved in the first half.

Jordan Hugill: 6

Led the line well but few chances came his way. An off-balance header well wide from a Rangel cross summed his day up.

Ilias Chair: 7

Warburton showed faith in the youngster by choosing him to send on when Rangers were chasing an equaliser. Chair justified the decision, having a shot saved and teeing up Eze. Encouraging stuff.

Todd Kane: 6

Lively on the right after coming on for his debut, while Nahki Wells lifted the crowd and added some energy up front in the closing stages.

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