English Championship outfit QPR continued their build up to the start of the season in England with a hard earned 4-2 win over Peterborough United in a game that lasted 120 minutes.
Highly rated Nigerian midfielder Ebere Eze helped himself to a goal by sliding home a pull back to put QPR 3-2 up before Reece Grego Cox sealed the win with the fourth goal which gave the R’s a 4-2 win.
Eze joined QPR from Millwall, and after a string of impressive display for their U23s he was elevated to the first team, where he has impressed coach Ian Holloway with his abilities.
Eligible for Nigeria and England, Eze is leaning towards pledging his international future to Nigeria after training with the senior national team of Nigeria during their get together in London three months ago.
He even featured in a training game between the players of the senior national team of Nigeria, and gave a good impression of himself during the course of the game against the regular players of the senior team of Nigeria.