QUEENS Park Rangers’ youngsters came from two goals behind to storm their Youth Alliance Cup Fixture against Southend United.
Queens Park Rangers’ youngsters came from two goals behind to storm their Youth Alliance Cup Fixture against Southend United.
An early goal from Antonio German helped the R’s along their way as he nodded home from an early set-piece before a brace from Kyle Asante and a strike from Jamie Dennis.
Into the second half and QPR were a side transformed with Antonio German particularly lively up front, securing a brace for the afternoon.
Bruno Andrade, a substitute on the hour mark also displayed his credentials with a well taken double, with Jevon Morley securing the second half rout.
There was still time for Nik-Lee Bulmer to make amends for the QPR defence by saving a late penalty in the second half demolition.
That makes it two wins from four in the Youth Alliance Cup for Rangers who now have one foot into the next round of the competition.
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