Leeds v QPR player ratings

QPR were no match for Leeds, whose win at Elland Road took them to the top of the Championship. Here’s how we rated each Rangers player in the 2-0 defeat.

Liam Kelly: 7

Produced two excellent saves before Leeds’ opener. Was left badly exposed for both goals.

Grant Hall: 7

Had a decent game at the back. Used the ball well and was calm under pressure.

Toni Leistner: 6

Solid enough before going off injured.

Lee Wallace: 6

Some good signs on his long-awaited debut. Lacked sharpness but used his experience well, showing good positional sense and composure.

Angel Rangel: 6

Much was asked of the veteran at right wing-back. He made a decent fist of it – and denied Patrick Bamford with a perfect challenge – but gave the ball away in the build up to the second goal with an attempted pass to Marc Pugh.

Dom Ball: 6

In for Geoff Cameron and worked hard in midfield, but Leeds had the upper hand.

Ilias Chair: 5

Tried hard to create but found the going very tough indeed before going off in the second half.

Ryan Manning: 5

Worked hard on the left but his passing was sloppy at times. Definitely an off day.

Ebere Eze: 6

Showed flashes of his usual skill but was well contained by the home defence.

Nahki Wells: 6

A frustrating day in front of goal. Had very little service and worked hard to annoy the Leeds defence – and the home fans.

Jordan Hugill: 6

Gave Rangers a physical presence up front and had their only real sights of goal, just failing to connect with Wells’ cross-come-shot and was later unable to hit the target when found by Todd Kane’s cross.

Todd Kane: 6

Came on for Leistner. Served up a great cross for Hugill.

Marc Pugh: 6

Made little impact after replacing Chair. Unlucky when his challenge inadvertently set up Jack Harrison for the second goal.

Jan Mlakar: 6

Never threatened after coming on for Wells.