QPR came back from two down to snatch a point at Hull. Here’s how we rated each Rangers player in the 2-2 draw.
Joe Lumley: 7
Well beaten for Jarrod Bowen’s two goals but produced a good stop to deny him before the opener and later saved with his legs to keep Rangers in the game.
Darnell Furlong: 5
Given a tough time out wide by Kamil Grosicki, especially in the first half. Not a good performance.
Toni Leistner: 7
Had a very decent game, winning a series of challenges and saving the day with several vital clearances.
QPR boss Steve McClaren: “The key for me was the character. We’ve not always shown that when we’ve been down.”
Joel Lynch: 6
A mixed display. Caught flat-footed a few times but also produced a couple of important challenges to thwart the excellent Bowen.
Jake Bidwell: 5
Usually very solid, Bidwell never got to grips goalscorer Bowen, who found it far too easy to pick up space and come in on his left foot. Bidwell did take advantage of Hull star man’s reluctance to track back in the second half and was an important attacking outlet for Rangers on the left.
Pawel Wszolek: 6
The end product was lacking, but Wszolek worked tirelessly on the flank both in an attacking sense and in terms of trying to help Furlong.
Geoff Cameron: 6
Back after three months out, his lack of sharpness showed at times, including when he gave the ball away in the lead up to the opening goal. He showed his experience with some important challenges and screened the back four well, but he was clearly flagging before being taken off in the second half.
Massimo Luongo: 7
Competed well in midfield and a brilliant cross-field ball to Bright Osayi-Samuel in the second half was the highlight of his performance. Missed a good chance though when he fired over.
Luke Freeman: 6
Struggled to get into the game and picked up a knock before being replaced at half-time. Rangers fought gamely without his creativity in the second half.
Ebere Eze: 6
Bright in spells and almost won it for Rangers when a late strike flashed narrowly wide.
Nahki Wells: 6
Worked hard up front but did not present much of a goal threat before being substituted.
Bright Osayi-Samuel: 7
Unfortunate not to start after a lively showing against Rotherham and will surely be recalled to the starting line-up after another promising display after coming off the bench. Full of pace and enthusiasm – he worried Hull’s defence every time he went near the ball.
Josh Scowen: 8
Fortunate to get on the scoresheet when his ball into the box, intended for Wells, caught out keeper David Marshall and ended up in the net. But there was nothing lucky about his role in the equaliser, which came when he chased a lost cause and hooked the ball towards Tomer Hemed. Scowen had a shot cleared off the line before that, and overall he was instrumental in the comeback.
Tomer Hemed: 7
In the right place at the right time to scramble home the equaliser.