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Championship: Eze Scores, Grabs Two Assists In QPR’s Win Vs Cardiff; Etebo Absent Again For Stoke

Championship: Eze Scores, Grabs Two Assists In QPR’s Win Vs Cardiff; Etebo Absent Again For Stoke

Ebere Eze scored once and bagged two assists as Queens Park Rangers began the new year with a 6-1 mauling of Cardiff City at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.

Eze set up the opener on nine minutes, picking the ball up near the left-hand edge of the halfway line and delivering a brilliant diagonal ball towards Nahki Wells, who drifted behind Sol Bamba and headed home.

Eze’s misfit shot which bounced up off the ground was nodded in by Wells from close range, QPR’s fourth goal of the evening.

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He scored his side’s fifth goal of the game two minutes before the hour mark.

Eze has scored six goals in 26 league appearances for QPR this season.

At the John Smith’s Stadium, Oghenekaro Etebo was not included in the matchday squad in Stoke City’s 5-2 away win at Huddersffield Town.

Etebo has featured in 11 league games for the Potters this season.

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WORDPRESS: 9
  • All eyes on Eze but there is Bright Osayi Samuel. A razor blade through defence. Reminds me of John Utaka at his best. Rohr cannot invite every player same time but always worth taking note of such brilliant talents.

     
    • Ugwudede 11 months ago

      At times I don’t like CSN style of reporting focusing on players to make them feel more important than they should feel. E.g the match you are reporting Ebere scoring and getting two assists there is a certain Nigerian in the same team who scored two goals and have been tormenting defenders from the wing all weeks. Let’s be fair to all the players

       
    • Pompei 11 months ago

      Glory, to be frank, my own eyes are not on Ebere Eze at all. I really wanted him before because I thought we were his first choice. If he chooses to play for us, fine. If not, I no send am. Of course he would be a great addition to the team. But if not, we are ok without him. I can admire him from a distance, but I’m definitely not interested in him like I’m interested in our Naija players.
      Talking about Osayi-Samuel, quite a talent! The guy was a constant threat down the flanks. Spot on with the John Utaka comparison, Glory. Very nifty on the ball. Has great pace too. Check his highlights below. We already have Musa, Kalu, Chukwueze and Simon as established wingers. Chidera Ejuke is someone I strongly recommend going forward. This Osayi-Samuel of a guy is not too shabby either. We can’t invite everybody, but if Osayi-Samuel continues to perform like this, anything is possible!

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKIdgf_keNg

       
      • Very True @ Pompei. I appreciate a good footballer where ever found, n both Osayi Samuel n Eze are. But in all truth, I wont miss them in this present SE team especially Eze. In fact you give me a choice between Eze n Ejaria, I will go for Ejaria. Meanwhile Alexander the King Iwobi will always be my No. 1 pick. He has been behind Nigerias football resurgence. Only people that know how football works will understand.

         
  • Eze is going to the EPL to become a big star, Nigeria dont have hope with him sorry to say

     
  • Do not dictate his future for him, let’s him speak out his mind

     
  • Chairmanfemi 11 months ago

    Why not make the Headline “Anglo-Nigerian Bright Osayi-Samuel bagged a Brace in QPR 6-1 routing of Cardiff” and stop laying emphasis on this Average Baller just because you want him at all cost!