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.