Patrick Kenny - 6
Could not be faulted for the goal, but pulled off a few saves from Van Persie to keep the goal count at one, and did his part to ensure the points were in the bag.
Clint Hill - 7
Guarded his keeper diligently but Arsenal barely threatened as his side had a larger portion of the pie in terms of possession.
Anton Ferdinand - 7.5
His defence was air tight in this game and even the prolific Dutchman could not find a way though.
Taye Taiwo - 6.5
Had the liberty to roam up and down the flank as Walcott barely had a sniff of the ball.
Nedum Onuoha - 6.5
A relatively easy job as the entire right flank was unoccupied. Single handedly took care of the likes of Gibbs and Ramsey.
Samba Diakite - 8
Great cover for the back four and slotted his first goal for the club past a stranded Szczesny for the match winner!
Shaun Derry - 7
The veteran midfielder worked his socks off to restrict the Arsenal's midfielders and would have been very proud of his performance.
Adel Taarabt - 7.5
Provided support for Zamora and showed some skill in the solo goal which resulted in an inch perfect finish. Threatened to score a second all game, but ensured his team got maximum points especially in the closing stages of the game.
Joey Barton - 7
His temperament may be very volatile, but no one can question the skipper's work rate on the pitch. A tidy all-round game for Barton, and a tidy win for QPR.
Jamie Mackie - 7
A very energetic display, running into space and creating chances for his team mates whenever he could. It is a pity no one was at the end of his crosses to ensure the game is beyond Arsenal's reach.
Bobby Zamora (90' off) - 7.5
Possesses great strength and outmuscled the Arsenal centre-backs with ease. Held the ball brilliantly to wait for support and even the likes of Koscielny and Vermaelen could not get the ball off him.
Shaun Wright-Phillips (90' on)
Wojciech Szczęsny - 6.5
Could not react in time to make the saves for both the goals he conceded, but made the necessary saves and did nothing wrong.
Thomas Vermaelen - 5
Suffered under the hands of the power and pace of Zamora and looked unsure of himself all game. Allowed Taarabt to turn him too easily and Arsenal went a goal down.
Laurent Koscielny - 6.5
His pace was probably Arsenal's saving grace as his last ditch tackles on the powerful Zamora saved the Gunners on a few occasions. Read the game well and did not dive into unnecessary tackles.
Kieran Gibbs (81' off) - 5.5
Did not avail himself when going forward and was easily beaten in his own half. That tactical move to salvage a point should have been made much earlier as he wasn't defending well anyway.
Bacary Sagna - 6
The reliable Frenchman had a torrid time with Taarabt and Mackie and for some strange reason the entire back four seem to be suffering from a hangover.
Mikel Arteta (81' off) - 6.5
Kept possession and distributed the ball well in the middle of the park, but the Gunners struggled to get a foothold on the entire match.
Alex Song - 7
A professional destroyer and was the only one defending well for Arsenal especially in the early stages of the match but squandered possession when they were trailing by a goal as he tried to be too elaborate with his passes.
Tomas Rosicky - 5.5
Not the best performance from the Czech in his favourite central role as he lacked ideas and was just passing the ball around to look busy.
Aaron Ramsey (70' off) - 4.5
Not playing in his familiar role in the middle and was constantly drifting in towards the middle, leaving the left side of Arsenal's midfield vacant most of the time. Should never have started in the first place.
Theo Walcott - 6.5
Didn't see much of the ball till that shot which hit the posts, and was the fastest to react with the follow up to put the ball into an empty net. Did not test the home sides's defenders at all with his trickery nor his quick feet.
Robin Van Persie - 6
Call it brilliance or call it luck, but it was his neat little through ball that allowed Walcott a shot on goal which resulted in Arsenal's equalizer.
Gervinho (70' on) - 5.5
Despite being an experienced winger, he did not fare very much better than the man he replaced. Oxlade -Chamberlain should have came on much earlier.
Marouane Chamakh (81' on)
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (81' on)