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Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:QPR v Leeds – as it happenedMonk defiant after QPR beat LeedsQPR make perfect start by crushing LeedsQPR can still improve – HasselbainkFans on Twitter praise Caulker after QPR winVideo: Watch highlights of QPR’s win against Leeds UnitedHasselbaink adds youngster to QPR squad for cup tie QPR got their season off to an excellent start, beating Leeds United 3-0 at Loftus Road. Here’s how we rated the Rangers players in Sunday’s victory.Alex Smithies: 7Barely tested, but commanded his area well and his distribution continues to be outstanding.Nedum Onuoha: 8Defended solidly and was involved in plenty of the action going forward.AdChoices广告Steven Caulker: 7Showed why boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has been delighted with Caulker in training and is keen to keep him. The centre-back looked sharp throughout and wasn’t afraid to bring the ball out of defence. His pass led to Jordan Cousins winning a penalty.Grant Hall: 7Was also composed at the heart of the Rangers defence, picking up where he left off last season.Jake Bidwell: 7A promising debut for the left-back, who showed glimpses of the tough tackling, marauding style which made him a fans favourite at Brentford.Karl Henry: 8Started rather than summer signing Cousins and justified his inclusion with an excellent performance in midfield. Never allowed Leeds to settle.Tjaronn Chery scored QPR’s second goalMassimo Luongo: 8A terrific performance from the Australian. Hasselbaink wasn’t initially convinced Luongo was a viable option in central midfield, but he stood out towards the end of last season and started this term in brilliant fashion.Ben Gladwin: 6No shortage of effort, but his confidence appears to be low after being farmed out on loan last season. Lacked composure at times.Tjaronn Chery: 8Always a threat to Leeds and was unlucky not to score a couple of times before his penalty made it 2-0. Showed poise and great awareness from the start to when he was substituted late on to a deserved ovation.Olamide Shodpio: 7Inevitably raw, but the young winger did well on his senior debut. Has plenty of pace and wasn’t afraid to take people on.Sebastian Polter: 8Worked hard up front, constantly bothering the Leeds defence, and fully deserved his injury-time goal. And it was a beauty – a thumping strike into the top corner from a tricky angle after winning a challenge.Nasser El Khayati: 7Very lively after coming on. Set up a chance for Chery and saw a shot of his own well saved by Rob Green.Jordan Cousins: 7Made an impact after coming on too, winning the penalty from which Chery made it 2-0.