Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Warburton has moved to praise playmaker Eberechi Eze after produced another impressive performance in their 3-2 win over Hull City on Saturday.

Queens Park Rangers playmaker Eberechi Eze scored two late penalties against Hull City on Saturday afternoon to help secure all three points at the KCOM Stadium. Josh Magennis scored a late goal to pull one back but The R’s held on, with the win seeing them rise up to 5th place in the Championship table.

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Once again, Eze was the match-winner and after his heroics, manager Mark Warburton moved to praise the youngster. Speaking to the club’s official website, he said:

“Ebere is a very, very talented young player. There is loads of work for him to do and loads of potential for him to still discover. He’s a good player and you saw his quality, his character and his desire to be a better player today [on Saturday]. He’s a very talented individual and he has a very big future ahead of him.”

“He’s a powerful athlete and he can go left or right. He looks to get on the ball, his awareness is good and he has lots of technical ability. Like all young players, he has to work hard because this can be a spiteful game if you don’t work hard.

“He’s a pleasure to work with day-in, day-out, as are Ilias, Brighty, Dom Ball, Ryan Manning; there are a number of very good young players in our squad. We have to keep working with them.

“It’s a team game. We defend our goal and we pick up second balls and we build from there, so it is all about the team. I’m delighted for Ebere but he will be the first one to say that it is a big three points for the team and now we focus on a tough game against Reading on Tuesday.”

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