QPR v West Brom player ratings

QPR were well beaten by West Brom at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium. Here’s how we rated each Rangers player in the 2-0 defeat.

Joe Lumley: 5

Produced a couple of good saves to keep the score respectable but should have done better for the first Albion goal and arguably the second as well. And once again he sometimes struggled when trying to play the ball out from the back.

Geoff Cameron: 5

Not at all comfortable on the right of a back three, where he was quickly targeted by the visitors as an obvious weak link. Perhaps his worst performance for Rangers, who missed him in midfield.

Toni Leistner: 6

Had a decent game at the heart of the defence. Did well to stay on his feet and deny Matt Phillips in the first half after the former QPR man had sneaked into the area unmarked.

Yoann Barbet: 6

Sent off late on after bringing down Hal Robson-Kanu. Had some good moments too, including a block to deny Charlie Austin and a fabulous cross-field ball to Todd Kane.

Todd Kane: 6

Eager to get forward but didn’t create anything of note and might sometimes have better off providing better help for Cameron, who was struggling. Goalscorer Nathan Ferguson had far too much room.

Dom Ball: 6

Not great on the ball but did the basics and competed well in midfield.

Ilias Chair: 5

Showed maturity by, as usual, always showing for the ball and never hiding despite finding the going tough. But he was well contained by the opposition throughout.

Ebere Eze: 5

Another exciting youngster who had to endure a frustrating afternoon against the streetwise visitors.

Ryan Manning: 6

Had his hands full on the flank but kept plugging away. His set-piece deliveries often looked like Rangers’ best chance of a goal.

Nahki Wells: 5

Unable to make an impact and his touch let him down on a number of occasions.

Jordan Hugill: 5

Also ineffective on a comfortable day for Albion’s defence.

Bright Osayi-Samuel: 6

Unable to make any real impact as a substitute. Neither was Marc Pugh, who was later sent on too.