Ebere Eze did former membership QPR a favour as his great solo aim helped Crystal Palace to a 2-Zero win at house to Sheffield United.
The midfielder went on a shocking run the place he fended off two challenges from Blades gamers earlier than fantastically caressing the ball into the nook of the online.
That put Palace two targets to the nice after Jeffrey Schlupp, who Eze got here on for within the first half, gave the hosts an early lead.
QPR will be thankful for this strike by their former participant because it ends an terrible Premier League document that they had held since 2012.
They held the title of happening the longest winless run initially of a Premier League season in 2012/13, having not claimed a victory of their first 16 matches of the marketing campaign.
Nevertheless, that undesirable document now belongs to Sheffield United, who’re nonetheless looking for their first three factors of the season with 17 matches already performed.
QPR followers can be unhappy to see Eze, 22, not producing magic within the blue and white hoops however will be thankful for his 4 years of service.
However one membership that can be kicking themselves are Millwall, who let Eze go as a teen in 2016. talkSPORT’s David Connolly, who labored at Millwall’s academy whereas Eze was there, make clear why issues didn’t work out for the midfielder on the Den.
Shortly after the aim, Connolly stated informed talkSPORT: “I’m so happy for him, he’s such a terrific lad. He all the time had a smile on his face.
“It took him a very long time to succeed in the highest, he by no means had a chip on his shoulder. He took all of the little hurdles, the bumps within the highway in his stride. He saved going and located a house in QPR and has proven what a terrific soccer participant he’s.
“At a membership like Millwall, the supervisor has a terrific say in issues like who will get the contracts, who doesn’t, who matches into the philosophy.
“At that second it was a 4-4-2…there wasn’t actually a 4-3-Three fashion of play for an Eze or a No.10 so to talk and he was very sad in his second 12 months as a result of it was made clear that’s the place he needed to play [on the left] and that’s the place he needed to ship performances.
“Millwall’s loss was QPR’s achieve as a result of he scored a hat-trick towards Millwall at Harlington as a No.10 as a result of he had a free position that day.”