Ghana's No. 1

Albert Adomah makes substitute appearance in QPR win over Middlesbrough

Published on: 07 August 2022

Ghanaian winger Albert Adomah came off the bench in Queens Park Rangers (QPR) English Championship match against Middlesbrough on Saturday.

The former Black Stars player was introduced in the 73rd minute and helped QPR earn a 3-2 victory in front of their fans at Loftus Road.

Adomah almost added a Rangers fourth in the dying embers when his low shot fizzed narrowly wide of the far post.

Chris Willock netted a brilliant opener before goals from Jimmy Dunne and Lyndon Dykes put Rangers in control.

Matt Crooks scored shortly before the interval and Marcus Forss​’​ goal – his first for Boro – 11 minutes into the second half increased the visitors’ hopes of pulling off a comeback.

Adomah who signed a new contract in the summer has been involved in the club's first two league games of the season.

The latest contract will expire in 2024.

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