Reading v QPR player ratings

first_img Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Jake Bidwell did a solid job on the left for Rangers. [Picture: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire]Toni Leistner’s goal – his first for QPR – gave them a deserved victory at the Madejski Stadium. Here’s how we rated each Rangers player.AdChoices广告Joe Lumley: 6Had very little to do as Rangers dominated. Dealt with whatever came his way.Angel Rangel: 6A steady game at right-back. Defended well and got forward plenty.Toni Leistner: 7A towering presence in both boxes and bundled in the winner, having missed a great chance in the first half.The big German was QPR’s match-winner. [Picture: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire]Joel Lynch: 7Has done pretty well for Rangers at times this season and this was another very decent display at the heart of their defence.Jake Bidwell: 7Played well on the left. Delivered an excellent ball in for Jordan Cousins in the first half.Jordan Cousins: 7Not everything went his way – including when he failed to tuck away the cross from Bidwell – but Cousins worked hard on the right-hand side and got through plenty of important defensive work.Geoff Cameron: 6Anonymous for much of the game. But, to his credit, in the final 20 minutes, with Rangers ahead, he came alive when needed and did an excellent job in front of the back four.Cameron was excellent in the final quarter of the match. [Picture: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire]Massimo Luongo: 7Another player who dug in when it really mattered in the second half. Seems to be slowly returning to form after a below-par start to the season.Luke Freeman: 7Did a superb defensive job on the left, tracking back to good effect time after time. He was influential in attack too, delivering the corner which led to the winner and earlier a free-kick that should have resulted in a goal.Ebere Eze: 7Back in the number 10 role he looks much more at home in. Great to watch when in full flow. Caused Reading problems and linked up well with Nahki Wells to create a first-half chance for the striker.Nahki Wells: 7Still hasn’t scored since arriving at Rangers and will be disappointed not to have applied the finish after combining with Eze in the first half. But once again Wells’ work up front was vital. His pace and movement constantly worried the Reading defence and created space for his team-mates. See also:McClaren’s key judgement calls as QPR boss – has he got them wrong?McClaren: QPR players proved a point’There were a few home truths told’ – QPR players held meeting before Reading gameQPR boss ready to rotate strikersQPR trialist has ‘great attitude and desire’ – AllenQPR giving trial to striker Walkerlast_img

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