Charlie Taylor stood out on his return for Leeds United.
Leeds United defender Charlie Taylor impressed on his return to the starting line-up, although was unable to prevent the club losing to QPR.
The left-back had been sidelined with an illness over the past month, but showed no signs of poor healthy during his performance at Loftus Road.
It was not a good performance from Leeds as they suffered a 1-0 loss, with few standout performances.
Taylor's display, all things considered, meant he was the club's best player in the defeat - and won more tackles and interceptions than any of his fellow defenders.
The three tackles he won was the same amount as the rest of the back four combined.
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Fellow defender Liam Cooper praised Taylor's performance in a post-match interview to with BBC Radio Leeds, demonstrating the high regard in which the 22-year-old is regarded.
Leeds have now lost their last two games in a row, and host automatic promotion contenders Hull City this weekend. If they are to get a result, more players will have to step up in the same way as Taylor.