QPR v Middlesbrough player ratings

QPR dropped points against Middlesbrough and go into the international break without a win in four games. Here’s how we rated each Rangers player in 2-2 draw.

Joe Lumley: 5

Back in for the injured Liam Kelly, he dealt well with a number of shots given the wet conditions, but he again looked unconvincing with the ball at his feet and he should have done better for the first Boro goal.

Grant Hall: 5

Also at fault for the opener, allowing Britt Assombalonga to get in front of him to head home. Atoned with a header which led to Rangers going ahead, having had a previous header saved, but never looked comfortable on the right of a back three.

Geoff Cameron: 5

Looked the part when deployed at centre-back last season but has been poor there of late. Far too easily dragged out of position.

Lee Wallace: 6

A superb last-ditch tackle saved the day for the second time in as many matches. The Scot had some good moments on his home debut but, like the other centre-backs, was never comfortable up against Boro’s pressing game.

Todd Kane: 5

Form has dipped after a promising start to his QPR career. Poor defensively at times and didn’t offer much going forward.

QPR boss Mark Warburton: “We should have put the ball in and been far more clinical in front of goal. How many chances did we have to put the ball in the net and didn’t do it?”

Dominic Ball: 5

Neat and tidy on the ball and always eager to put a foot in, which means he can catch the eye. But Boro played around him with ease in midfield as he was continually slow to spot danger.

Luke Amos: 5

Some nice touches and good movement initially, but faded and was substituted in the second half.

Ilias Chair: 6

Nice flick set up Nahki Wells to score, but overall Boro pressed him effectively and kept him quiet for large periods of the game.

Ryan Manning: 6

Beaten in the build-up to the opening goal. Atoned by playing a key role in the equaliser soon afterwards but looks much more assured springing forward at the right times from left-back rather than in the more demanding wing-back role.

Ebere Eze: 7

Boro worked hard to contain him and had some success, but he was still often Rangers’ most threatening player. An Eze delivery led to the first QPR goal soon after his free-kick almost led to a goal for Hall, and the youngster was denied by keeper Darren Randolph in the second half.

Nahki Wells: 6

Took his goal well and his work-rate up front was excellent, but his appalling back-pass led to Boro’s equaliser and cost Rangers two points.

Josh Scowen: 6

Did a sound enough job in midfield after coming on for Amos.

Jordan Hugill: 5

Missed two decent chances to score after his introduction.