QPR suffered a 2-1 defeat at home to Huddersfield - here's how we rated the Rs performances on a dismal day.
Alex Smithies 7: Made a couple of early saves in his 50th appearance for the club, but he couldn't stop two big strikes from his former club.
Jake Bidwell 6: Was subbed off early on in the second half for Kazenga LuaLua after failing to impress in the first half.
Grant Hall 6: Could have done better with the Huddersfield goals and put up more of a fight in general.
Nedum Onuoha 6: Made two big clearances, but like the other defenders he could have done better.
Conor Washington 7: Nearly scored in opening 10 minutes, but the ball trickled off the post in an unlucky attempt. He was also brought down in the box but the referee failed to give anything.
Jamie Mackie 8: Worked hard with Pawel Wszolek to get the ball into the box, but he was subbed off for Luke Freeman
Pawel Wszolek 7: Worked hard running the ball down before he was subbed off for Yeni Ngbakoto.
Matt Smith 7: Was hungry for a goal on his starting debut, but wasted his opportunities.
Massimo Luongo 6: Struggled to get a hold of the ball and gave it away multiple times when he did.
James Perch 6 : Much like Hall, Perch should have done more to stop the opposition goals and looked a bit scrappy on the backline at times. His last-minute effort on goal also went over the crossbar.
Ryan Manning 6: Had an opportunity to score in the first half, but his effort went over. He also received a yellow card for an unnecessary foul on Issy Brown in the closing minutes of the first half.
Luke Freeman 7: The second-half sub lashed the ball into the top corner to help the Hoops on their quest for a comeback. Also had a good chance on the break, running the ball into the box, showing flair and pace.
Kazenga LuaLua 7: Got stuck into the game but could have done more to create chances.
Yeni Ngbakoto n/a: Was subbed on for Wszolek at 80 minutes.
And the match...
QPR suffered defeat to Huddersfield Town at Loftus Road - and it's now five without a win for Ian Holloway's men.
Chelsea loanee Issy Brown put the Terriers ahead after 26 minutes before Nahki Wells doubled their lead with strike into the top corner, leaving Alex Smithies powerless.
New signing Luke Freeman struck home into the top corner soon after he came on in the second half.
While his goal lifted the Rs, they were unable to find the net again as former Fulham striker Matt Smith failed to make chances pay off.
Conor Washington was also brought down in the box, but the referee failed to give anything in a contentious decision, which could have had a big impact on the game.
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