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Brentford 3 QPR 1: Player ratings

PUBLISHED: 17:29 11 January 2020 | UPDATED: 19:30 11 January 2020

Queens Park Rangers' Luke Amos. Picture: PA

Queens Park Rangers' Luke Amos. Picture: PA

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Queens Park Rangers reporter Dan Bennett gives his player ratings from the 3-1 defeat to Brentford.

Joe Lumley 5 - Partly to blame for Brentford's second goal as his poor pass fell straight to Christian Norgaard, who found Bryan Mbeumo to finish well.

Todd Kane 5 - Struggled all game long to cope with Said Benrahma, who constantly got the better of him.

Grant Hall 5 - Far from convincing display from the captain, who failed to deal with the threat of Ollie Watkins.

Geoff Cameron 5 - Poor at centre-half in the first half, failing to head the ball clear for Mbeumo's goal, but played much better in midfield in the second half.

Ryan Manning 5 - Did not deal with the challenge of Mbeumo. Seems to struggle when he cannot get forward as much.

Dom Ball 5 - Lost the midfield battle in the first half and was replaced at half-time.

Luke Amos 6 - Tidy in possession and worked hard for his team but was still second best to Brentford's midfield.

Bright Osayi-Samuel 6 - Had little joy apart from doing very well to assist Nahki Wells for QPR's goal.

Ebere Eze 5 - Struggled to make an impact on the game as Brentford were quick to close him down. Also missed a big chance to make it 3-2 in the second half.

Ilias Chair 5 - Very quiet performance from the R's youngster, who had only a couple of positive moments.

Nahki Wells 5 - Got on the scoresheet with a tap-in but did very little else.

Substitutes:

Conor Masteron 6 - Looked composed in only his second performance from the club and did very little wrong.

Jordan Hugill 6 - Showed good determination off the bench and provided more of a physical threat up top.

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