Queens Park Rangers pulled off a stunning fightback on Wednesday night in the Sky Bet Championship as they came from 2-0 down to beat Millwall 3-2 at the Kiyan Prince Foundation stadium.
The Hoops were well off of the pace in the first half as goals from Jed Wallace and Mason Bennett put the Lions in control.
The second half, though, was a far different affair as Rangers roared back and it was Jordy de Wijs with his first Hoops goal that settled the game.
Here, though, we’re looking at Lee Wallace’s stats from the clash after an energetic performance down the left hand side:
The flying Scotsman was up and down for the full 90 minutes with him again underlining the strengths that the wing-back system QPR are now using brings to the team.
Snapping into tackles, he regularly marauded forward and it was his driving run into the box that got QPR level on the night.
Linking with Lyndon Dykes, he burst to the byline before squaring for Stefan Johansen to poke home, making it 2-2.
Throughout the clash he was winning his challenges on the ground and in the air, bursting forward with energy and even getting a handful of shots away in what was a lung-busting performance out wide.
QPR certainly rolled their sleeves up to get the win last night, and few did so more than Lee Wallace.