- Ebere Eze scored tenth goal of the season for QPR in their 6-1 win over Cardiff City
- The midfielder also assisted two other goals as they cruised to a massive win
- Another player of Nigerian descent Bright Osayi-Emmanuel scored a brace in the same meeting
Super Eagles' target Eberechi Eze was inspirational to his side's impressive victory over Cardiff City on New Year's Day.
The England born star of Nigerian descent scored one goal and assisted two others in their 6-1 demolition over the Bluebirds at Loftus Road.
Eze, 21, recorded his name on the scores sheet in the 52nd minute to score his side's fifth goal of the match - having provided assists to the first and fourth goals.
He has now increased his goal tally to ten, while his assists record also rose to six after their 26th game of the campaign.
Another English-born star of Nigerian descent Bright Osayi-Emmanuel grabbed a brace for QPR in the meeting.
The 22-year-old midfielder has made 18 appearances for the Rangers - scoring four and assisting three so far.
Meanwhile, Nahki Wells, who is QPR's highest goals scorer so far took the match-day ball home after netting three times in the game.
He scored in the 9th, 48th and 64th minute to help them secure their tenth victory of the season as they currently sit 15th on the log with 35 points after 26 matches.
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Ebere is the club's second top scorer after Wells - boasting of ten goals in 26 games and will be hoping to increase the tally before the end of this campaign.
Meanwhile, it is unsure if Eze will commit his international future to Nigeria having being approached by the Nigeria Football Federation president Amaju Pinnick.
The former Delta FA chief is hoping to persuade players with Nigerian blood to represent their fatherland and help them achieve on the global football scene.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Sheffield United are interested in signing Queens Park Rangers star Ebere Eze in January.
Reports claim that Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur are also eyeing a move for the midfielder of Nigerian descent.
SunSport further revealed that Sheffield will have to pay the sum of £12 million if they must lure the player away from his present club.
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