Fans of QPR have been reacting to Eberechi Eze’s post on Twitter, in which the 21-year-old discusses a post by the official QPR account.
Eze has been in exceptional form for QPR this season, scoring 11 goals and providing seven assists in his 35 Championship appearances for the club.
The 21-year-old has averaged an incredible WhoScored match rating of 7.42 so far this term, currently ranking him as the Hoops’ best-performing player of the season, including another stellar performance in QPR’s victory over Derby on Tuesday.
Following the Derby game, the club posted footage of match-winner Ilias Chair, with the caption: “The coolest man in West London.”
However, Eze appeared to take exception to the tweet, replying: “Coolest man in where???”
In reaction to the £4.5 million-rated attacking midfielder’s light-hearted tweet, QPR fans took to social media, praising Eze and his side for their recent performance.
Coolest man in where??? ?? https://t.co/u1NP8IJFDV
— Ebere (@EbereEze10) February 25, 2020
naa this guy has finished me ?
— Bright Osayi-Samuel (@Bright_097) February 25, 2020
Different class tonight Ebere?
— BallSZN (@edtaylorqpr) February 25, 2020
As a young kid growing up did you ever think you would have the ball squared to you by Rooney to help set up a winner ?
— Charles Cahill (@charlieqpr1) February 25, 2020
Well played lads!! Brilliant performance! ????
— Paulos (@Paulos0987) February 25, 2020
Let the man have the spotlight tonight you’ve been hogging it ?
— ChairSZN (@_RyanQPR_) February 25, 2020
Well played mate
— Bright Osayi-Jake (@QPR_Jake) February 25, 2020
Love watching you, Chair and Bright. Different class.
— Zoe (@zoeparaskeva13) February 25, 2020
What do we think?
Eze is quickly becoming one of the brightest young players in the Championship, let alone QPR’s side, as the 21-year-old has been directly involved in 33% of the Hoops’ 53 league goals this season.
With QPR now seemingly safe from a relegation fight this year, and likely too far adrift of the play-off places to make a late charge for promotion, Mark Warburton can perhaps begin to look to next season.
If he manages to keep hold of the talents of Eze, Bright Osayi-Samuel and Chair this summer, while also bringing in reinforcements in the QPR defence, they could yet be a team tipped for promotion in 2020/21.