Bobby Zamora scored 14 goals in 92 appearances during four seasons at Queens Park Rangers.
Having made the switch across London from Fulham in January 2012, the former England striker turned out to be a fine servant at Loftus Road, even if he’s mainly remembered for that one swing of his left foot under the Wembley arch.
In terms of goalscoring numbers, Zamora’s spell with QPR was underwhelming.
Five was the most he managed during his four seasons at the club, however, there was that unforgettable lob against West Brom at The Hawthorns, whilst a more bizarre effort against Middlesbrough in the second-tier.
But perhaps the pinnacle of Zamora’s professional career came in the 2014 Championship play-off final against Derby County.
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With QPR down to ten-men following Gary O’Neil’s dismissal, Zamora took advantage of some poor Rams defending by sweeping home a 90th-minute winner into the top-corner to spark some of the most memorable scenes the new Wembley has witnessed – sending the R’s back to the Premier League at the first time of asking in the process.
Zamora would enjoy one last campaign in the topflight, although his three goals weren’t enough to prevent QPR from suffering relegation – with the 34-year-old released at the end of the season.
His 17th and final season in professional football saw him return to Brighton, but an injury in March saw Zamora’s final season cut short – eventually retiring in December 2016.