Queens Park Rangers beat Stoke City 4-2 in the Championship yesterday.
Both teams have fears of relegation this season, but QPR are another step closer to that magic 50-point mark after an impressive return to winning ways in West London.
Stoke took an early lead through Sam Clucas, and Tyrese Campbell doubled it soon after.
Looking like they were in for a routine win on the road, Stoke switched off, and minutes after acquiring a two-goal lead it was cancelled out by Jordan Hugill with his tenth league goal of the season, and Ebere Eze with his 11th.
Four goals in the space of ten minutes brought along half-time, and midway through the second-half QPR completed their comeback through Bright Osayi-Samuel, with Ilias Chair adding a fourth in injury time.
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An emphatic win for the R’s who moved up to 16th, and to 11 points clear of the drop zone.
Hugill got the brunt of the praise yesterday for his ever-determined performance, and many QPR fans on Twitter were happy for him to get back on the scoresheet:
Well played today Jordan, you kept going, got your goal and deserved your ovation when you went off.
— andrew bullamore (@AndyBullamore) February 15, 2020
We believe in you Jordan, believe in yourself and there will be many more goals this season.
— Oiyou Probus (@wadeylqw74) February 15, 2020
Enjoyed that performance today. Every player contributed but for me, @JordanHugill @GeoffCameron and @DominicBall6 efforts were unreal. Well done Gents, you were different class today, @MarkWarburton9 well done Sir, that was some comeback 👍#QPR
— steve allen (@steveallen82) February 15, 2020
This was exactly the game and the weather for a battling old school number 9 from the North East. Well done Hugill 👍🏻
— Alan Simpson (@alansimps1984) February 15, 2020
— Harry Collins (@HarryRJC) February 15, 2020
Buzzing for Jordan Hugill though, so much pressure on him being our only striker so going through a goal drought just escalates everything. Hopefully now he’ll start banging them in more often #QPR
— Harry Carter (@hazzacarter) February 15, 2020
Great comeback, haven't seen that kind of fight in a while. Defensively lot better second half, pressed well and high up field. Thought Hugill battled brilliantly winning the ball back and deserved his goal, Manning was back to his best, his quality on the ball was a level above.
— Oli (@oliqpr) February 15, 2020