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QPR 1-2 SAFC: Player Ratings

Micky is awake from his drunken stupor to give his player ratings after last night's win over Queens Park Rangers.

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Jordan Pickford - 7

Produced a good save in the first half with the score still at 0-0 and looked competent throughout.

Jason Denayer - 6

Was relatively solid at the back and gave us good options going forward.

Papy Djilobodji - 6

Was alot more solid than in recent weeks and played the ball out from the back nicely. Still over-committed at times but didn't cost us.

John O'Shea - 7

A typically professional performance and proved to be a calming influence in defence.

Patrick Van Aanholt - 6

Thankfully showed no sign of ill health - got forward well as he always does and was solid enough.

Paddy McNair - 8 (Man Of The Match)

Two good finishes for the goals - he played a very nice one-two with Duncan Watmore for the first and reacted quickly for his second to secure the win.

Jan Kirchhoff - 6

Still looked slightly off the pace at times but had a decent game and more importantly got more minutes under his belt.

Dider Ndong - 8

Looked a real threat out wide and showed pace, strength and creativity. Work rate was also excellent. Would have been my man of the match had McNair not scored two goals.

Duncan Watmore - 7

A better display and he linked up well with McNair for the equaliser - his pace caused QPR problems throughout.

Lynden Gooch - 6

Some encouraging signs but was often left frustrated in the final third.

Joel Asoro - 7

Was very lively throughout and caused the Rangers defence problems with his pace and direct style of play. Looks full of confidence.

Josh Maja - 6

Came on and offered us a physical presence - allowed the ball to stick up front, which was crucial in seeing the game out.

Lee Cattermole - 6

A typically high energy performance. Was unlucky not to put the lads ahead after forcing a good save from the QPR keeper.

Donald Love - 6

Didn't have much to do defensively but looked comfortable on the ball and a great deal less indecisive. Better.

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