Spectator doesn't really cover it. The Spaniard had incredibly little do throughout beyond collecting a poor free-kick delivery.
Occasionally sloppy on the ball but was always willing to make the extra man in attack.
Not the most difficult day the Dane will endure but was alive enough to clear any signs of danger apart from one first-half foul on Bothroyd at the edge of the box.
Rarely tested in defence the full-back could perhaps have done more to bomb on but was as economical as ever in possession.
Just gets better and better. Tended to be the first man to enter the aerial duel and wasn't beaten once all afternoon. Also made an impressive sliding tackle on a turning Bothroyed when a miscue would have surely meant a penalty.
A disciplined performance from the young midfielder back in his favoured position. Did his fair share of defensive covering and was more than useful on the ball.
The Argentine forward most certainly improves the quality of football played by the Reds but was guilty of missing a chance in each half when one-on-one with the keeper.
Showed flashes of briliance but was yet again guilty of going missing for 20 minute periods. Yet to justify his price tag.
Dominated the midfield with assured passing and great defensive position. Showed incredible willingness to drive forward and put in an inch perfect cross for Suarez's opener.
Allowed for great fluidity amongst the Liverpool forward line but often lacked a final ball. Dropped into the midfield to create a three with the Reds under pressure.
Still misses more chances than he would perhaps like but was a constant threat throughout. Took the opener well after clever movement which split the QPR defence.
QPR's best player. Made several one-on-one saves to keep his side in with a shout.
Kept Stewart Downing quiet during his spells on the left and put in some clever covering challenges.
Remained alert to Liverpool attackers breaking from wide but was nowhere to be seen for Suarez's opener.
Could contribute little in attack whilst being given a difficult time by Maxi which he often failed to deal with.
So impressive in closing down Suarez in the first half before going off with an apparent hamstring injury.
Did not put a stamp on the game beyond dragging a shot wide as the midfield was dominated by the hosts.
Moved from out wide, to the centre, and back again but just could not get beyond the Reds defence to use his pace.
Similarly failed to prevent a Liverpool midfield running riot beyond several threatening free-kick deliveries.
Worked hard to move out wide but could not split a disciplined defence. Substituted on 78 mins.
Always provided an outlet ball and attempted to add numbers in the QPR attack but it was never enough with little support from his team-mates. Substituted on 66 mins.
Failed to win enough headers as the lone outlet and could not beat an imperious Reds backline.
- 43 E. Putniņš
Came on as a substitute for Anton Ferdinand and formed an equally defiant partnership with Gabbidon.
- 16 M. Connolly
Could do little to influence the game after coming on.
- 14 A. Buzsaky
Had, quite literally nothing to work with, and could not provide the goal that QPR so desperately needed.