QPR 1 Leeds 0: Player ratings
PUBLISHED: 19:03 18 January 2020 | UPDATED: 10:55 20 January 2020
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Queens Park Rangers reporter Dan Bennett gives his player ratings from the 1-0 Championship win over Leeds United.
Liam Kelly 8 - Made a great save from Patrick Bamford's penalty and commanded the area well.
Todd Kane 6 - Sometimes guilty of losing the ball and missing his challenges.
Grant Hall 8 - Led by example, constantly heading and clearing crosses into the box.
Conor Masterson 8 - A fine first league start for the young defender who was alert to any danger, kept things simple and brought the ball out of defence brilliantly.
Lee Wallace 7 - Leeds often attacked down the right side of the pitch but Wallace coped well, though his mistake in bringing down Helder Costa almost allowed Leeds to equalise from a free-kick.
Geoff Cameron 7 - Really got stuck into the Leeds midfield and made some strong challenges.
Luke Amos 7 - Tireless performance from the on-loan midfielder, constantly chasing down the ball and linked up the play well before being replaced.
Bright Osayi-Samuel 8 - Magnificent in the first half and it was his run that led to the free-kick which Nahki Wells eventually scored from. Leeds resorted to putting three men on him to stop him.
Ebere Eze 7 - Showed his usual confidence on the ball and contributed to some positive attacking play.
Ilias Chair 7 - Used his pace and passing ability well and created some dangerous moments for his side.
Nahki Wells 7 - Did well to follow in Eze's free-kick and score but squandered a couple of good chances to extend the lead.
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