Nahki Wells Scores Twice For QPR – Again

September 21, 2019 | 3 Comments

[Updated with video] Marking the third time this month he has scored twice in a game, Bermuda’s Nahki Wells has yet again scored two goals to help his team to victory, scoring in the 56th and 71st minutes of play to help Queens Park Rangers claim a 2-1 win over Millwall today.

The Bermudian footballer had scored twice in the first half to help Queens Park Rangers defeat Luton Town on September 14th, and also scored twice to help Bermuda defeat Panama in a few days prior to that during a Concacaf Nations League match.

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QPR’s match report said, “Nahki Wells was again at the double, as Rangers moved into the Sky Bet Championship’s play-offs places with a fourth straight win in this London derby.

“This was also QPR’s first-ever triumph at The New Den since Millwall took occupancy in 1992, with Wells following up his two goals against Luton Town last week with another double in south east London.

“Wells slammed home his first in the 56th minute to hand Rangers the lead. And when Shaun Hutchinson drew Millwall level in the 71st minute, the Bermudian international capitalised on home goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski’s error only a minute later to bag Rangers all three points.”

Highlights from QPR’s 2-1 win over Millwall

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  1. outkasted says:

    Nahki…Its your time mate . Make it happen. Bless.

  2. Recman says:

    Nuff Respect Nakhi…..carry on Son, hope to see that form continue into our match with Mexico…..

    • Deborah says:

      Agreed! So very proud of you Nakhi! First as a Bermudian and a son of the hill! Thats Mount Hill of course! All the very best as you continue in your professional endeavors!!!!

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