QPR duo Yoann Barbet and Albert Adomah have taken to Instagram to respond to Lyndon Dykes’ message on his personal Instagram account following his goal-scoring exploits for Scotland.
Dykes has been enjoying a strong start to the campaign with QPR. The forward has already managed to register three goals in his opening four appearances in the Championship.
That comes after the 25-year-old managed to find some real form towards the back end of last season in the Championship and took his goal tally up to 12 goals for the campaign. That was not bad going for a player in his first-ever campaign in the English second tier.
The forward’s form managed to earn him a start for Scotland in their crucial FIFA 2022 World Cup qualifier against Moldova on Saturday.
Dykes proved to be the match-winner with the 25-year-old registering the only goal of the game from close range, for his third goal for his country, after 14 minutes.
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Following the win against Moldova, Dykes took to his personal Instagram account to celebrate him getting on the score-sheet and managing to be the match-winner for Scotland in such a crucial game for them.
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Both Barbet and Adomah were quick to respond to Dykes’ latest message on Instagram and the pair celebrated their team mates’ goal-scoring exploits alongside him. They will now be hoping that he can repeat the same scoring touch after the international break with the Rs.
QPR will have been delighted to see Dykes not only come through the game for Scotland against Moldova injury-free, but also with another goal to keep his confidence on the up ahead of his return to action with the Rs after the international break.
Dykes is very much in a confident mood at the start of the new Championship season and he looks like he is ready to have a huge season for them in the English second tier.
It seems that the signings of Charlie Austin and Andre Gray over the summer are pushing the 25-year-old on to show that he can be the main man for them upfront in the Championship this term.
Having a forward with Dykes’ ability to perform on the international stage shows just how strong QPR’s current squad is looking this season.
Mark Warburton is going to find it difficult to leave out the 25-year-old after the international break and it is an excellent headache for him to have at the moment.