Championship strugglers Stoke City once again slumped to a convincing defeat in the league last weekend as Michael O’Neill’s side lost 4-2 away at QPR, thus seeing their lead over the relegation places being cut to just three points.
It had all started so well for the Potters in West London as they took the lead in the 27th minute through Sam Clucas, before going 2-0 up in quick succession after Tyrese Campbell added a second after just over half an hour on the clock.
This would be the main high point of the game for the Potters who then staged an unbelievable collapse which saw them ship four goals, including two in the space of four minutes to condemn the away side to a second defeat in a row.
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It was clear that frustrations were running high in the Stoke camp following the end of the contest, with Campbell taking to Instagram to express his dismay at having first lost the lead and then latterly the game:
From a personal perspective, Campbell will once again be pleased with his own performance after netting his sixth goal of what has been a revealing season for the youngster who continues to raise eyebrows each week for the Stoke-on-Trent side.
With the 20-year-old having recently committed his long-term future to the club by signing a new deal, the striker will be keen to continue his hot streak in front of goal next weekend as the Potters play host to play-off chasing Cardiff City at the Bet365 Stadium on Saturday.