QPR 1 Leeds United 0: Phil Hay's player ratings as Whites fall to defeat at Loftus Road

Leeds United fell to a 1-0 defeat to Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road in the Championship on Tuesday evening - but how did we rate the performance?

Tuesday, 26th February 2019, 9:41 pm
Updated Tuesday, 26th February 2019, 9:52 pm
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Our Phil Hay hands out the scores...

His efforts were in vain but the saves from Wells and Osayi-Samuel were the mark of a quality shot-stopper. 7/10
The first half suited him and his ball-winning was effective before the break. One of the better players on the night. 6/10

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Did a tonne of work and the pressure QPR managed to put on Leeds was down to a loss of control in midfield. 6/10
Couldnt get back to stop Luongos delivery for the goal, although it was Phillips who let the Australian get to the byline. 6/10
QPR got most joy down his flank and thats where the goal came from. As ever, no argument with his effort, just his precision. 5/10
A rare occasion where a match got on top of him and Leeds were under-protected in the first 15 minutes of the second half. 5/10
At no stage did it feel like he was properly involved. Other players were more effective in the better spells Leeds had. 5/10
Floated between the lines and kept QPR busy but the little bits of clever play werent decisive enough. 6/10
Another night on which he failed to make enough of an impact. With this style of play, Uniteds wingers need to be cutting loose. 5/10
Some good aspects but was wasteful in key moments and Leeds really needed him to shine like Luke Freeman did. 5/10
A fraction away from tapping in Hernandezs first-half cross, which sums up where Bamford it at: not quite on it yet. 5/10
One good opportunity fell to him. He blazed it over. 5/10
Would want the chance which Lumley saved again and that would have changed everything if it had gone in. 5/10
Got his debut but a frantic battle didnt suit him and he was booked immediately. 5/10
Andy Davies - Kept up with play and handled the contest sensibly. 6/10