QPR 4-3 MILLWALL: Player Ratings #QPR

Written by Lukas Ross

Well, that was entertainment at it’s finest! QPR defeated Millwall 4-3 in a very enthralling match, and both sides could easily have had more goals. Here are my player ratings:

Joe LUMLEY: 6.5/10: Looked solid, distribution was good and quite honestly little he could’ve done about their trio of goals Did look too arrogant, though.

Osman KAKAY: 8.5/10: Looked oh so solid at the back today and came close to scoring, barring a great save from Bialkowski.

Conor MASTERSON: 7.5/10: Looked slightly shaky but did score.

Yoann BARBET: 6.5/10: Defended well but looked slightly shaky throughout.

Ryan MANNING: 10/10: Absolutely scintillating. Scored from 30 yards and looked like a massive threat all game.

Dom BALL: 9/10: 2 assists. Let that sink in. What more do you want?

Geoff CAMERON: 7/10: Looked solid in midfield.

Olamide SHODIPO: 7/10: Showed pace but it didn’t come to much before being withdrawn with 18 minutes left.

Luke AMOS: 8/10: Looked solid in midfield like Cameron.

Ebere EZE: 10/10: If that was his last home game, then what a way to bow out. Goal, scintillation, what more do you want?

Ilias CHAIR: 9.5/10: Got so many crosses in and looked so good. What pulls is rating down was the fact that a goal eluded him.

Todd KANE (for Shodipo): 8/10: Was questioning it at first but scored with his first touch. Did well defensively also.

Aramide OTEH (for Chair): 7/10: Had a few chances and looked like a threat.

Faysal BETTACHE (for Amos): N/A: Not on long enough to make an impact.

CONCLUSION: Wow! Where did that come from? An entertaining second half had everything a game of football needed. Now let’s go and get battered on Wednesday to stop the “bus stop boys” going up.

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