Nahki Wells’ last gasp-goal goal against his former side condemned QPR to a painful defeat. Here’s how we rated each Rangers player against Bristol City.
Seny Dieng: 6
Was left badly exposed for both City goals. Had very little else to do.
Rob Dickie: 7
Brilliant at times with his trademark gallops forward but was unable to stop Andreas Weimann setting up the first goal.
Jordy de Wijs: 5
Not a good day for the Dutchman, who was caught flat-footed in the build-up to the first City goal and slipped for the second.
Yoann Barbet: 7
Had a very decent game and went close with a couple of long-range strikes on goal.
Moses Odubajo: 6
Worked hard but was often frustrated before going off in the second half. City continually looked to counter-attack down his side.
Stefan Johansen: 7
Neat and tidy if not quite at his best. Influential in midfield as Rangers dominated for large spells.
Ilias Chair: 6
Deployed in a slightly deeper role and showed flashes of class but found the going tough in midfield. His set-pieces were poor.
Sam McCallum: 7
An impressive performance – and a second goal in as many games, thumping home the equaliser which seemed to have earned Rangers a point.
Chris Willock: 8
Rangers’ stand-out player again. Caused constant problems for the Robins defence and delivered several dangerous balls into the box.
Andre Gray: 7
Looked sharp on his full debut and gave QPR the pace up front boss Mark Warburton has wanted. But he was denied a goal by one of many fine saves from former Brentford goalkeeper Daniel Bentley.
Lyndon Dykes: 6
Hit the post with a header from one of Willock’s fine crosses. Missed a great chance in the second half when he shot tamely at Bentley.
Charlie Austin: 6
Troubled City when he came on but also failed to beat Bentley after being put through.
Albert Adomah: 7
Another lively cameo from Adomah after coming on. He was lively on the right.