Nigerian young talent Ebere Eze was back among the goals as QPR secured their 1st away win of the season with a narrow 2-1 away victory over Bolton Wanderers
The amazing 20 year old Eze got on the score sheet in the 56th minute as the R’s extended their unbeaten run to four matches across all competitions.
Luke freeman opened scoring in the 26th minute when Nahki Wells drilled a low cross to the front post for Freeman to place past Ben Alnwick from close range at the University of Bolton Stadium on Saturday afternoon
Eze was threatning from the flanks and had come close to scoring minutes before Freemans goal when he blasted wide from the edge of the box after Some neat interplay between Wells, Massimo Luongo and Eze
Ebere Eze wold however eventually get his goal and double his side’s lead.
Luke Freeman did the work down the left and his cross picked out the QPR number 10 who smashed a shot into the bottom corner from 12 yards out.
Bolton pulled a goal back in the 69th minute as substitute Josh Magennis’ free-kick on the edge of the box squeezed its way through the wall and past Joe Lumley.
Eze was one of the standout players showing a calming influence on the ball and looking like the most likely player to make things happen for the Rs
Ezes Nigerian compatriot Sammy Ameobi who started the game for Bolton was forced off just after the half hour mark for Yanic Wildschut courtesy of an Injury
The goal is Ezes 2nd this season in 7 apperances