Dealt with Holt very well and made some good interceptions and blocks. Perhaps could have been better with the ball.
Played well and carried on despite picking up a couple of knocks. Was equal to Jackson for most of the match.
Did well but couldn't get forward as much after Barton's red card.
Defended well and put over a good pass for Mackie to create the opener.
Added a touch of gloss to the game with some of his skill and control in the first half, and his pace helped on the counter attack in the second. Left the crowd astounded with a piece of skill late-on but couldn't quite find the final ball.
Played some nice football in the opening stages, but was forced into a more defensive role after Barton's departure.
A classy player, and displayed a nice touch and good passing. Was forced into more defensive duties than he would have liked in the second half.
Won't win any of the opposition fans over with his style of play, but he won't care about that. Battled well and controlled his strike even better for the opening goal. He may claim he was unlucky to be given a red card, but his head-to-head clash with Johnson was seen by the linesman and he can have no excuses for letting his team down.
Didn't quite have the impact he would have wanted. Played some nice hold up play, but couldn't get the better of Whitbread.
A good run and a decent ball created the opener for the hosts. Was unfortunate to be sacrificed at half-time; his running and desire shone through before the break.
Made some good saves including a fine stop to tip Taarabt's free-kick onto the post. Couldn't do much about Barton's opener.
Great block with his head to stop a Faurlin drive in the second half. Was solid at the back and won most challenges in the air.
Got caught out for the opener as he allowed Mackie in behind. Recovered well and put in a good shift to deal with the Rangers attack.
Was sacrificed in an attacking move in the second half. Played nicely enough and kept things solid down the left flank.
Was solid at the back with Whitbread and did well to block most of the attacks that headed his way.
The "King of Spain" as he is affectionately known by the Norwich fans didn't have as prosperous a reign as he might have envisaged.
Scored a fine goal towards the end of the first half, picking up a pass from Johnson before driving an effort low into the corner. He then knocked the ball to Morison for the striker's goal. Not the greatest performance, but had some vital input for the away side.
Looked dangerous in the first half and put together some good passing. Dropped into defence late on and did well.
His coming together with Barton was probably the catalyst for the away side's victory. He then set up Pilkington for the equaliser. A battling performance.
A constant irritation to the QPR defence before his substitution in the second half. Wasn't quite as effective as he would have hoped though, with Ferdinand and Gabbidon keeping him relatively quiet.
- 24 R. Černý
- 2 B. Orr
- 16 M. Connolly
Brought on at half-time and added some fizz to the match, firing in a shot and causing havoc with his pace. Played well on the counter-attack but couldn't quite find a winner for the R's.
- 20 R. Hulse
Came on in search of the goal, but didn't really get any opportunities.
A late cameo but he didn't get any of the ball.
- 13 D. Rudd
- 25 K. Naughton
Put in a fine cross to the back post for the winner, and contributed some good passing as well.
Some good tackling to break up play and got forward well enough after his introduction.
- 11 A. Surman
- 21 A. Wilbraham
Came on to bag a goal and did just that. His positioning was good for the winner, and he finished well leaving Kenny with no chance.