Was a spectator for much of the first half with Fulham dominating. Did well to hold onto a shot early in the second half and save a free-kick from Faurlin, but was rarely troubled.
A good performance from the center back, though most of his contributions were to keep the ball or take Schwarzer's goal kicks, such was Fulham's domination.
Did well to keep Taraabt quiet in the first half, and all things considered the right-back had a rather nice stroll in the October sunshine.
Got wide well, and formed a good partnership with Dempsey as they caused Bradley Orr a lot of trouble.
Handled the threat of Jay Bothroyd almost effortlessly, as he marshaled the defense well. With the help of his midfield, he and the rest of the defense had little to do.
Some nice flicks and inventive passing in tight spaces often created good opportunities for the home side. Stung the palms of Kenny for the opening goal, and brought other players into the match well.
Fired an unstoppable penalty into the top corner, and he played well throughout, dominating the midfield with his passing, while his perfectly-weighted assist for the fourth goal showed his class and quick thinking before he was given a standing ovation late in the game.
Along with Murphy, he ran the midfield. Breaking up the play and keeping the ball well. It was a performance that brought back memories of his standout season with Reading, as he dominated proceedings.
Was a constant thorn in the side of the visiting defense, his movement and speed causing problems for the Fitz Hall and Anton Ferdinand. Followed up well to grab the opening goal and his tireless running earned the penalty, while he was in the right place at the right time to bag his second. A classic finish across the keeper completed his hat-trick and he departed to a hero's reception.
His strike partner will get all the plaudits, but it was a very impressive display from Zamora, including some great hold-up play and a couple of fantastic strikes before he was eventually rewarded with a smartly taken goal with 20 minutes to play.
Was lively for much of the game, always looking to get a shot in on goal and linking well with the other three tormenters in chief for Fulham. A perfectly-timed run in the second half was rewarded with a goal.
Was part of a defense that didn't look as if they'd played together before, such was the organization levels. Lost out too many times to Zamora.
Andy Johnson caused the towering defender lots of trouble. He did well to acrobatically clear the ball off the line, but will be disappointed with his contribution overall as time and again he lost out to the hat-tick hero.
Had a tough job on the left trying to deal with a dual threat of Dembele and Johnson as the striker roamed, but didn't do it particularly well.
Had a torrid time at right back as many of the goals came from the left side.
Kept the ball well, but couldn't deal with the movement of Fulham's attackers. Was replaced at halftime.
The winger is famed for his attacking prowess, but failed to get much of the ball in the first half and when he did it was usually wasted. Replaced at halftime.
Had a nice shot that tested Schwarzer from a free-kick but he's the type of player who needs lots of possession to influence a game and he just didn't get it.
Had quite a few opportunities to test the 'keeper, but failed to offer much in the way of real threat. Was QPR's best player, but didn't really excel.
Couldn't really get into the game and will be extremely disappointed with the result. Took the ball up the pitch well for QPR's best effort, but faced a masterclass from Murphy and Sidwell.
Held the ball up fairly well but had to battle constantly and playing as a lone frontman didn't help him.
- 26 B. Murphy
- 15 Bruno Perone
- 14 A. Buzsaky
- 22 H. Helguson
Didn't get a chance to influence the game such was Fulham's domination in the second half.
Coming on at halftime when 3-0 down is a hard task for any striker, especially when Hangeland is on good form, and the former Blackpool man barely got a kick.
Had an opportunity late-on but slipped at the vital moment.