QPR striker Nahki Wells has heaped more praise onto exciting winger Bright Osayi-Samuel after the pair dazzled during the club’s 6-1 New Year’s Day win against Cardiff.
The pair scored five of the goals between them and following the game, the more experienced of the duo was quick to publicly praise his teammate, calling him unplayable.
Unplayable ATM 🔥 https://t.co/6Wz4k11r9I
— Nahki Wells (@nahkiwells) January 2, 2020
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Osayi-Samuel and Wells put the home side in firm control within 30 minutes, both notching, with Wells setting up the winger to make it 2-0 after 27 minutes.
After the winger had made it three before half-time, Wells scored twice more to round off his hat-trick and ensure a healthy return to scoring form, with Ebere Eze picking up a well deserved goal of his own.
Will Vaulks dragged one back for the visitors late on but it was too late, as QPR picked up their first win in five Championship games to kick the decade off in style.
Wells’ hat-trick took his tally for the season to 11 and put an end to a nine game barren spell in front of goal.
QPR now sit in 15th place with 26 games of the season now played and still just five points off the play-off pace, with a 12 point cushion between them and the drop zone.
These sort of exchanges will give fans who had perhaps become a bit worried at the club’s form plenty of confidence.
Every team will inevitably go through a rough patch every season but if there is a strong team spirit, they will inevitably overcome that.
And, if this exchange is anything to go by, they certainly have that in West London.