Osman Kakay bags first QPR’s goal in defeat at Plymouth

Sep 5, 2020 | Players Abroad News, Sport News | 0 comments

  • Sierra Leone right-back Osman Kakay suffered a better-sweet experienced after Queen Park Rangers lost 3-2 against Plymouth Argyle in their EFL Cup first-round knockout tie.

Ryan Manning had open the scoring for the QPR after just 68 seconds after headed home from a corner from Llias Chair. However, half-hour later the host responded through Joe Edwards to make it 1 all.

Kakay, 23, registered his first senior goal that draws Rangers level straight after they fell behind early in the second half.

After Danny Mayor‘s shot from just inside the box beat keeper Joe Lumley in the 55th minutes, Kakay thumped home a cracking right-footed strike two-minute later.

Rangers might well have gone on to win the tie but the decisive moment came 12 minutes from time when QPR was punished for more sloppy work at the back.

Dom Telford was given space to cross from the left to unchallenged Frank Nouble, who stretched to volley in from close range to down Rangers.

 

 

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