Hull v QPR player ratings

QPR picked up a useful point at the KC Stadium. Here’s how we rated each Rangers player in the 1-1 draw against Hull.

Rob Green: 7
A solid return after suspension. Produced an important save in the first half to deny Sone Aluko.

James Perch: 7
Had some problems early on, when he should perhaps have been given more help from Matt Phillips, but asserted himself more as the game progressed. A good performance.

Nedum Onuoha: 7
A crucial player for Rangers. The skipper had another impressive game, using his pace and strength to win countless challenges.

Gabriele Angella: 7
Sloppy on the ball at times but overall the Italian also had a good game. His partnership with Onuoha looks promising.

Paul Konchesky: 6
Like Perch, Konchesky improved after an uncertain start and was solid enough.

Karl Henry: 5
Off form at the moment and this ineffective display might test Chris Ramsey’s loyalty to him following Sandro’s recent return to the squad.

Alejandro Faurlin: 7
Given the runaround as Hull dominated early on. But as they ran out of ideas he became much more influential. Dictates the play in midfield when given space.

QPR boss Chris Ramsey
Chris Ramsey on Faurlin’s return: “Daniel (Tozser) has only played sparingly during pre-season and I thought two games in a week might have been a bit too much for him. Ale did very, very well.”

Matt Phillips: 7
Caused plenty of problems for Hull, not least when crossing for Tjaronn Chery, who should have scored.

Massimo Luongo: 5
Has obvious ability but looked jaded and things didn’t go his way. He was also slow to drop back into midfield when Henry and Faurlin were being overrun in the first half.

Tjaronn Chery: 6
An appalling second-half miss marred what was otherwise an impressive display. The Dutchman was lively throughout, always willing to shoot, and his set-piece led to the opening goal.

Charlie Austin: 8
Took his goal tally for the season to six and worked extremely hard throughout. His link-up play is much improved.