Man City v QPR: player ratings

first_imgWe made Clint Hill our man of the match for QPR against Manchester City, but there were several contenders on a great day for the club. Here’s how we rated Rangers’ players in their battling display against the new champions.Paddy Kenny: 7Should have kept out City’s opening goal but made amends with fine saves in the second half and marshalled his defence well.Nedum Onuoha: 7Difficult game against his former club and was at fault for City’s second goal, But was otherwise strong and committed, playing his part in a resolute defensive performance.AdChoices广告Anton Ferdinand: 8A really good display from a player whose career has been blighted by mistakes. Held it together well and put his body on the line.Clint Hill: 8A real hero for Rangers, not just in this game but during the season generally. Produced a whole-hearted display with no little quality.Taye Taiwo: 6Determined, but was caught out for the opening goal and had as many bad moments as good.Jamie Mackie: 8Had a crucial role down the flank and was not found wanting. Worked tirelessly to help out his full-back and popped up to score Rangers’ second goal.Shaun Derry: 7Like Hill, a real unsung hero who let nobody down on the big day.Joey Barton: 4Let down his team-mates and club with a daft sending-off and his outrageous conduct before leaving the field is sure to land him in hot water.Shaun Wright-Phillips: 6A surprise choice against his former club and again struggled to recapture past form, but worked hard.Bobby Zamora: 7Offered little going forward but did an important job defensively, especially at set-pieces.Djibril Cisse: 8Great finish for the goal – his sixth in eight games since joining Rangers.Armand Traore: 8Did brilliantly after coming on and produced a cracking cross for Mackie’s goal.Who was your Rangers man of the match against City? Click here to voteFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img

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