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QPR vs Millwall: Despite going in behind, which QPR player was most impressive in the first half?

We take a look at the Hoops' top performer so far against the Lions.

QPR go in at the break 1-0 down against Millwall after an excellent early effort from Conor McLaughlin.

The home side haven't really got into the game for large spells, but how did the Hoops do in our half-time player ratings?

Three stars - Massimo Luongo

Showed his quality in flashes. He was keen to get on the ball and drive forward when possible, and looked the most likely to make something happen and had two fantastic efforts saved in the closing stages of the first half, one of which being a 25-yard fizzer which was excellently tipped over.

Two stars - Alex Smithies

Has made a number of decent saves during the first half to keep the Hoops in this one. Had no chance with McLaughlin's goal as it arrowed past him and into the top corner.

One star - Luke Freeman

Looked threatening, but it hasn't quite clicked for the midfielder just yet. He did have QPR's best chance of the first half as he swiftly moved the ball onto his left foot before firing a vicious effort at goal, only to be parried by Jordan Archer.

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