QPR 2 Charlton 2: Player ratings

PUBLISHED: 20:46 21 December 2019

Queens Park Rangers' Ebere Eze. Picture: Adam Davy/PA

Queens Park Rangers' Ebere Eze. Picture: Adam Davy/PA

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Queens Park Rangers reporter Dan Bennett gives his player ratings from the 2-2 draw with Charlton Athletic.

Joe Lumley 6 - Made a couple of decent saves when called upon.

Todd Kane 6 - Fairly quiet performance from the right-back.

Toni Leistner 6 - Won his aerial duels and made some good challenges but didn't anticipate Naby Sarr's run in behind for Charlton's second.

Grant Hall 6 - Needed to do more to prevent Lyle Taylor from tapping in Charlton's first goal but made some good interceptions.

Ryan Manning 6 - Didn't really do a lot wrong but wasn't involved as much as usual.

Geoff Cameron 6 - Opened the scoring with a smart first-time finish but his poor header let Charlton snatch a point right at the end.

Luke Amos 6 - Solid display before he was replaced with ten minutes left.

Ebere Eze 7 - Regularly involved in QPR's positive bits of play and was a real threat when running at the Charlton defence.

Marc Pugh 7 - Great movement to tap in Rangers' second goal, though could have done better on a couple of occasions with the ball.

Nahki Wells 4 - An afternoon to forget for the striker. Headed onto the bar from close range before missing a one-on-one when he had all the time in the world to pick his spot.

Jordan Hugill 6 - Caused problems with his physicality but wasted a couple of decent chances.


Bright Osayi-Samuel 8 - Superb impact off the bench. Set up Pugh for his goal and was a real threat out wide.

Josh Scowen 5 - Came on late in the game and wasn't really involved.

Ilias Chair 5 - Again, introduced late on and didn't really have an impact.

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