Nigerian wonderkid Ebere Eze was in scintillating form as QPR extended their unbeaten run with a win against Millwall in the Championship on Wednesday night
The 20 year old scored QPRs 2nd goal and his 3rd of the current campaign as the Rs made five games unbeaten as they saw off London rivals Millwall at Loftus Road
His half-volley from a Jake Bidwell’s left-wing cross rebounded in off Millwall centre-back Murray Wallace and into the millwall net
The Nigerian was outstanding and easily the main danger man early on for QPR even before his goal.
Millwall had no way of dealing with the youngster, who seemed to be first to every ball and a constant threat.
Eze again thrived in a free role behind the striker after recent games where he has struggled a little from having to do more defensive work from wide starting positions
Massimo Luongo scored the opening goal for QPR
It was poetic justice of sorts for Millwall as Eze was in fact a youth player at Millwall they’d dismissed two years prior
Eze was named the sky sports man of the match shortly after the game for his all round performance