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I hear that the U18's lost 0-4 to Millwall on Saturday...


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PAUL Furlong’s youngsters fell to defeat in this London derby in Professional Development League Two South.

The R’s made a very bright start, with Sinclair Armstrong causing problems down the left-hand side. He had a shot at the near post saved and, on another occasion, pulled the ball back for Omar Eisa to scuff at the visiting goalkeeper.

Thereafter, Alex Aoroha’s ball to the back post was then headed across the six-yard box but agonisingly out of the reach of the onrushing forwards.

And with 20 minutes on the clock, a ball over the top was chased down by Eisa who fired over under pressure from his marker.

Rangers custodian Tom Middlehurst was first called into action after Millwall broke, eventually getting down low and fast to make a fine save.

Millwall took the lead five minutes from half-time. A free-kick from a wide position was flicked on to the back post and converted from close range.

The Lions started the second half well with a shot that was pushed around the post by Middlehurst. That resultant corner fell to a Millwall player 12-yards out, but his volley smashed back off the crossbar.

Middlehurst was then forced to make an excellent double stop, saving at his near post and then the far one, too, following a Millwall counter attack down the left.

Five minutes into the closing period, Harrison Murphy saw his 25-yard free-kick tipped over the bar. Ferrel Danso, Armstrong and Luke Deslandes then combined well in midfield for the latter to get a shot away – forcing the ‘keeper to push the ball over the bar.

But Millwall doubled their lead after that, with a cross from the right headed in from point-blank range.

With 76 minutes gone, the visitors extended their advantage further via a counter attack down the left and subsequent smart finish past Middlehurst.

Armstrong did well again down the left-hand side to skip past a defender before pulling the ball back to Harun Hamid, whose shot was blocked.

Millwall made it 4-0 from the penalty spot with two minutes to go, sending the ‘keeper the wrong way.

QPR: Middlehurst, Anthony, Derwish, Hamid, Paiva, Hawkins, Murphy, Aoroha, Eisa (Danso 51), Armstrong, Deslandes.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 09, 2021 5:21 pm Reply with quote
User avatarJoined: Tue Feb 06, 2007 9:10 pmPosts: 11347Location: W12 now South Harrow
Report from the Club...

PAUL Furlong’s youngsters fell to defeat in this London derby in Professional Development League Two South.

The R’s made a very bright start, with Sinclair Armstrong causing problems down the left-hand side. He had a shot at the near post saved and, on another occasion, pulled the ball back for Omar Eisa to scuff at the visiting goalkeeper.

Thereafter, Alex Aoroha’s ball to the back post was then headed across the six-yard box but agonisingly out of the reach of the onrushing forwards.

And with 20 minutes on the clock, a ball over the top was chased down by Eisa who fired over under pressure from his marker.

Rangers custodian Tom Middlehurst was first called into action after Millwall broke, eventually getting down low and fast to make a fine save.

Millwall took the lead five minutes from half-time. A free-kick from a wide position was flicked on to the back post and converted from close range.

The Lions started the second half well with a shot that was pushed around the post by Middlehurst. That resultant corner fell to a Millwall player 12-yards out, but his volley smashed back off the crossbar.

Middlehurst was then forced to make an excellent double stop, saving at his near post and then the far one, too, following a Millwall counter attack down the left.

Five minutes into the closing period, Harrison Murphy saw his 25-yard free-kick tipped over the bar. Ferrel Danso, Armstrong and Luke Deslandes then combined well in midfield for the latter to get a shot away – forcing the ‘keeper to push the ball over the bar.

But Millwall doubled their lead after that, with a cross from the right headed in from point-blank range.

With 76 minutes gone, the visitors extended their advantage further via a counter attack down the left and subsequent smart finish past Middlehurst.

Armstrong did well again down the left-hand side to skip past a defender before pulling the ball back to Harun Hamid, whose shot was blocked.

Millwall made it 4-0 from the penalty spot with two minutes to go, sending the ‘keeper the wrong way.

QPR: Middlehurst, Anthony, Derwish, Hamid, Paiva, Hawkins, Murphy, Aoroha, Eisa (Danso 51), Armstrong, Deslandes.


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