QPR players seem like a conundrum right now.
At Loftus Road or anywhere else in the Premier League, they appear to lack effort, intensity and desire.
But then they go off to play for their countries - and they end up scoring twice.
Well, Eduardo Vargas has done so but he perhaps can't be blamed for his on-field performances for the Rs. Indeed, as Opta stats show, he has only played 178 minutes for the west London side so far this league season.
So why doesn't boss Harry Redknapp play him more and perhaps start him alongside Charlie Austin - especially seeing as QPR are short of goals right now?
That's exactly the question fans are asking after the 24-year-old scored twice for his country, with one goal being assisted by Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez and one by, surprise, surprise, QPR's very own Mauricio Isla.
The above video shows one of Vargas's goals, with the Chilean showing his typical fox-in-the-box predatory instincts. If only he was allowed the opportunity to do the same for the Rs...
The west London side find themselves bottom of the Premier League table after seven games and a serious improvement in performances will be needed over the next few games if Redknapp's men are to avoid plummeting into a position where it might be too late to reconcile the damage.
Could starting Vargas be the answer?
Vargas and Isla did well for Chile. So what? It means nothing unless they produce these performances in the PL for QPR.— Shouty Paul (@MrRae1000) October 11, 2014
Eduardo Vargas scored a brace for Chile last night and Harry says we lack strikers. Just shows how badly we manage good players. #qpr— Yousef Marafi® (@Yousef_QPR) October 11, 2014
Great to see Vargas getting a brace last night!! Get that kid nice and sharp!! #QPR— QPR Tweets (@QPR_Tweets) October 11, 2014
I see Isla and Vargas did well for Chile last night there is hope after all #QPR— Paul Kelleher (@w12pjk) October 11, 2014
Vargas should start with Austin in every game. No excuse unless injured. #QPR— ♦GARO♦ (@g_a_zz) October 11, 2014
If any QPR fan hasn't seen Vargas's goals, find them. Takes both half chances well, what we need. Needs to start with Austin— Harry Taylor (@HarryTaylor8) October 11, 2014