Championship side QPR amazed fans with their lovely team goal in their win against Stoke, in four passes QPR managed to get the ball from their keeper to the back of the net.
In the 53rd minute of QPR’s Championship opener against Stoke, the R’s crafted a superb team move that saw them play out from the defence before hitting the back of the net.
It took Mark Warburton’s side just four passes – starting with the goalkeeper – to shatter Stoke’s defence.
21-year-old ace Eberechi Eze picked up the ball just past the halfway line before charing towards goal, the England Under-20s international used some spectacular skill to glide past Stoke defender Nathan Collins before firing the ball into the back of the net.
Check out QPR’s sensational team goal below:
— Antti Korpela (@Antti_K_QPR) August 3, 2019
Fans likened the stunning move to the type of goal that Barcelona are usually celebrated for:
One of the best team goals I’ve ever seen. If Barcelona scored that goal, the football world would be going nuts right now. Great balance and finish from Eze, too. What a start! ??????
— Karl Henry (@karlhenry08) August 4, 2019
— The Burnden Aces (@TheBurndenAces) August 4, 2019
— David Allen (@david_allen98) August 4, 2019
Not sure if QPR or Barcelona?! What a goal! https://t.co/OX6t6at49A
— Hagger (@Hagger333) August 4, 2019
Pep Guardiola would have been proud of this ?
— Real Talk Manchester City ?? (@RealTalkMCFC) August 4, 2019
Could QPR be the surprise package in the Championship this season with football like this?