Wednesday v QPR player ratings

first_imgEmbed from Getty ImagesQPR maintained their unbeaten start to the season by picking up a point against Sheffield Wednesday. Here’s how we rated each Rangers player in the 1-1 draw at Hillsborough.Alex Smithies: 7Embed from Getty ImagesProduced a routine but important save in the first half and was solid throughout. His distribution was excellent, particularly towards Conor Washington, enabling Rangers to launch a number of counter-attacks.AdChoices广告James Perch: 6Embed from Getty ImagesLooked shaky on occasions but competed well against a strong Wednesday attack.Joel Lynch: 6A strong presence in the air in both boxes but on the ground he was given problems.Nedum Onuoha: 6Embed from Getty ImagesLike against Reading, the Rangers captain made one bad mistake in an otherwise decent performance. Unlike against Reading, he didn’t get away with it and his failure to cut out a cross led to the equaliser.Luke Freeman: 8Absolutely brilliant. Created Rangers’ goal for Jamie Mackie with a lovely through ball and produced other moments of outstanding skill and quality.Pawel Wszolek: 8Embed from Getty ImagesA terrific display of non-stop work-rate on the flank. He was immense defensively – his performance was summed up by him making up 10 yards to catch Barry Bannan and snuff out a Wednesday attack – and was also a threat going forward, seeing a shot saved and setting up a chance for Mackie shortly before QPR’s goal.Josh Scowen: 8Embed from Getty ImagesExcellent in midfield, where he won numerous challenges and gave Wednesday absolutely nothing. Also cleared off the line and got forward too. A fine display.Massimo Luongo: 7Also impressive in midfield – where Rangers were generally tremendous. Luongo worked hard and used the ball well too.Jake Bidwell: 7Embed from Getty ImagesHad a good game on the left, where he combined nicely with Freeman. Solid defensively as well.Jamie Mackie: 8Took his goal nicely and for the second Championship game running his tireless pressing from the front was the key to an encouraging QPR performance. He never allowed the home side to settle.Conor Washington: 7Always looked lively and created a golden chance for substitute Kazenga LuaLua, who should have scored. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Mackie scores as QPR earn a pointHolloway: We could be a good teamEze scores hat-trick in QPR Under-23 gameHill describes extraordinary Hughes snubQPR duo receive call-upsHolloway keen to see how far QPR have progressedlast_img read more