QPR v Millwall player ratings

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QPR remain unbeaten at home in the Championship this season after coming back from two down against Millwall. Here’s how we rated each Rangers player in the 2-2 draw.

Alex Smithies: 6

Pulled off good saves to foil Lee Gregory and George Saville, but he was caught off his line by Steve Morison’s lob – and then beaten at his near post by Jed Wallace for Millwall’s second goal.

Alex Baptiste: 6

For much of the first half Baptiste operated almost as a right-back and, despite showing some intelligent touches, he looked far more comfortable in a central position.

Nedum Onuoha: 6

The Rangers captain received an early yellow card for a foul on Gregory, but overall he was the most solid figure across the back line before being withdrawn at half-time.

Jack Robinson: 5

Hesitant and often slow to react, Robinson was outjumped by Morison on more than one occasion and his misjudgement almost gifted the veteran Millwall forward a goal on the stroke of half-time.

Pawel Wsolek: 6

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It was generally a quiet night for the Polish wide-man, who worked hard but was often closed down and denied the space to maximise his crossing ability.

Massimo Luongo: 8

Luongo did his best to make things happen when Rangers were floundering and forced Millwall goalkeeper Jordan Archer into a flurry of saves before grabbing the goal he deserved 17 minutes from time.

Josh Scowen: 6

Seemed to be singled out for some particularly robust tackles, including the one that earned Gregory a red card. However, he held his own and got forward more as the game progressed.

Luke Freeman: 7

Freeman’s slip let Conor McLaughlin get clear to score Millwall’s opener, but he made up for that with a typically committed performance, chasing everything and almost snatching a dramatic winner with a free-kick that clipped the bar.

Jake Bidwell: 7

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Got in some vital blocks to prevent the visitors making the most of their first-half superiority, as well as contributing with a couple of incisive crosses in the direction of Matt Smith’s head.

Conor Washington: 6

For the most part, Washington was starved of service and the only scoring opportunity to come his way was a rebound just before half-time, which he slammed against the post. Will be disappointed not to have scored.

Jamie Mackie: 6

As fans have come to expect, Mackie never stopped trying, but he was largely constrained by Byron Webster and it was little surprise when he made way for Kazenga Lua Lua on the hour mark.

Matt Smith: 7

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The big centre-forward replaced Onuoha for the second half and had a header brilliantly scrambled away by Archer before grabbing Rangers’ 85th-minute equaliser with a well-taken finish.

Idrissa Sylla: 6

There were few openings for Sylla, who was brought on for Washington early in the second period, but he did his best to keep the pressure on Millwall’s tiring defence.

Kazenga Lua Lua: 6

Offered genuine width after replacing Mackie in the final half-hour of the game.