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QPR Player Ratings vs Hull

Ilias Chair’s equalizer saved a point for QPR against Hull. Here’s how we rated each Rangers player in the 1-1 draw.

Seny Dieng: 6

Had very little to do when he returned to the side in place of David Marshall. Deflected a Keane Lewis-Potter shot through the air in the second half on one of the only occasions he was called upon to do anything and had no chance to save Marcus Forss’ opener.

Dion Sanderson: 7

Truly impressive in his first league start for QPR. Made some clearances and pivotal header blocks in the first half and was a game changer a few times. Showed his pace late after Sam Field lost the ball in midfield to come back and cover, denying Hull a shot on goal.

Jimmy Dunne: 6

Gave Forss very little joy all afternoon despite the forward’s opener – which he might have been able to prevent had he stayed in his original position from the corner, even though it certainly wasn’t entirely his fault.

Yoann Barbet : 5

The defender was far from his best against Hull. He was caught out of position early on in a counter-attack and left Forss running alongside him to crush the opener from a corner. Almost presented the opposing team with a goal early in the second half when he gave the ball away while trying to clear, and had plenty of chances to leap forward and cross, but his quality of passing the often dropped out.

Albert Adomah : 6

A solid performance from the wing-back. Came forward well when he had the chance and put in a good ball for Charlie Austin in the first half, who headed wide. Posed a second-half threat when Rangers were chasing a winner.

Sat field: 7

Really strong in the middle of the park and regularly repossessed. Gave the ball away a few times, including late in the game, but Sanderson came back well to cover.

Jeff Hendrick: 7

Probably the best QPR player of the day. Kept the ball moving in midfield and tried to be positive which included some great passes in the frontcourt to players like Chair and Chris Willock. Tidy in possession and led his team late in the game as they chased a winner.

Luke Amos: 6

Playing further forward, Amos played some fine passes a few times and pressed the Hull defense well, but ultimately lacked the creative impact needed for someone playing in his role. Replaced by Moses Odubajo just before the 70th minute.

Chris Willock: 7

Performed well playing out of position at left-back for much of the game, moving forward and placing dangerous crosses into the box. Much more impactful when he went deeper after Odubajo’s introduction and saw an effort fly just over the bar late.

Ilias chair: 7

Not at his best in the first half but vastly improved in the second. Led in the Hull defense and caused some problems with his crosses into the box. Scored a fantastic equalizer with a very difficult finish on Odubajo’s cross volley.

Charlie Austin: 5

Bad afternoon for the striker. Really struggled to hold the ball and his touch dropped him a few times. Posed little threat on goal except for a header that fell wide in the first half from a cross by Adomah. Out for Andre Gray late in the game.

Moses Odubajo: 7

Changed the game when it arrived. Filled the left-back position which allowed Willock to advance further, and produced a fantastic cross for Chair’s equaliser.

Andre Gray: 6

Introduced late and had little impact on the game.