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Queens Park Rangers 1 v 2 Hull City
SkyBet Championship
Sunday, 29th December 2019 Kick-off 15:00

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Monday 30th December but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Joe Lumley3.3
Angel Rangel6.1
Grant Hall5.8
Toni Leistner5.9
Ryan Manning5.4
Luke Amos5.8
Dominic Ball6.2
Bright Osayi-Samuel6.4
Ilias Chair7.2
Eberechi Eze6.2
Nahki Wells5.0
Matt Smith4.1
Jordan Hugill4.4
5.9George Long
5.5Eric Lichaj
5.5Reece Burke
5.3Jordy de Wijs
5.4Stephen Kingsley
5.6Jackson Irvine
5.6Leo Da Silva Lopes
5.4Josh Bowler
6.1George Honeyman
5.5Kamil Grosicki
5.0Jarron Bowen
5.0Daniel Batty
7.1Tom Eaves
5.4Matthew Pennington

Match Rating4.7 

Your Queens Park Rangers v Hull City Match Reports

Addinall added 17:14 - Dec 29

Good performance overall but poor execution at both ends. Surely we are due a break.

smegma added 03:11 - Dec 30

Our second half performance was summed up when a 20 yard Eze shot ended up on the roof of the School End. But you're not allowed to criticise him it seems.

Geoff78 added 09:05 - Dec 30

How predictable was that? Good first half, positive attacking play without creating enough penalty area threat, stupid gift of a goal, dreary second half, Rs never get going again and concede at the last from poor defending. And to make it feel worse Hull were poor. There have been a lot of games this season (and before) that would fit this description.

I know possession is important but knocking it between centre halves (halfs?) and a deep lying midfielder shouldn't be the main tactic. BOS had the beating of his full back but too often got the ball facing the wrong way and couldn't use his pace. Wells was ineffective and his tendency to be casual is showing itself too often. We were crying out for Hugill's strength and physicality long before he eventually came on. Even Eze was below his best and seems to have taken shooting lessons from Hugill skying high over the bar.

But good to see Amos getting better and more influential. I can only assume his substitution was because of concerns about his fitness. Smith was poor when he came on. Chair and Samuel also played well. But the footballing Gods clearly don't love us at the moment.

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