What a game. Birmingham City never do it easy, the 2-2 Vs Bolton, the last minute goal against Arsenal and now a 4-3 win against Queens Park Rangers after being 4-0 up.
Both teams were looking dangerous in the first 20 minutes. But it was The Blues who struck first. The inform Che Adams managed to get himself into a goalscoring position and found the corner of the net from a tight angle.
5 minutes later, Blues and Che were at it again. A beautiful ball through the middle by Jota, fell to the feet of Adams who took the ball around the keeper and slotted home from close range.
10 minutes later, and Blues were in dream land! A corner by record signing Jota found the head of Harlee Dean who headed his free header home.
After you thought it couldn’t get better, it did. Che Adams collected his hat trick after a Jota shot hitting the post. Che was there to tap home to make it 4 for the visitors.
However, it wasn’t all Blues in that half as Matt Smith scored right on halftime. That is his 5th goal in his last 10 games against Blues for QPR.
QPR looked a different team after halftime and so did Blues. Matt Smith got his second of the afternoon and put QPR right back in the game.
After being under pressure, Blues cracked and allowed The R’s within 1 goal of a point. Cousins smashed home and gave the west London side hope.
With 5 minutes of injury time to go, QPR got gifted a chance to gain a point through a penalty. Nahki Wells took the kick, but experienced goalkeeper,Lee Camp, won the game for Blues as he got down well to his right to save the penalty.
For Blues, they need to concentrate for a midweek game against relegation battlers Bolton.