League Two outfit Stevenage emerged 2-0 victors over Swindon Town on Tuesday night with QPR loanee Ilias Chair scoring the decisive goal well into injury time to ensure all three points remained at Broadhall Way.
As Swindon surged forward looking for a last gasp equaliser, their goalkeeper came up to the half-way line – 21-year-old Chair was having none of it.
The young Moroccan won possession back and launched a rocket from his own half over the head of the helpless Robins’ keeper and into the net to bury any Swindon hopes of a comeback.
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The forward has chalked up two goals and two assists in five league appearances since signing for Stevenage on deadline day in January, although his Tuesday night strike will surely blow every goal he scores from now on out of the water.
His parent club have lacked that little bit of outstanding quality at times this season and plenty of Hoops fans on Twitter cannot wait to get Chair back at the end of the campaign…
Bring him back @QPR
— Matty D (@Matty_8419) March 12, 2019
Best player in league 2??
— george (@George_QPR) March 13, 2019
We need to take him back!! #QPR
— Matt Littlewood (@matt_85) March 13, 2019
Can’t wait for him to come back
— QPR FC (@QPRTravels) March 13, 2019
Look after him for is guys, looking forward to see him progress in Rangers shirt next season
— Stuart angell (@Slapheadstu71) March 13, 2019
Ilias Chair is scoring some belters for Stevenage. Hoping he gets some more game time next season and Paul Smyth causing issues for defences and scoring for Accrington. Possible younger team next year? #QPR @qprfc https://t.co/PDHT0U8EEb
— Mark Davies (@qupe75) March 13, 2019
— malcolm jacobus (@maljacqpr) March 13, 2019
Ilias Chair, what a talent this kid is. Looking forward to seeing him in our starting line up next season. #QPR 🔥
— Marcos (@MarcosCarter89) March 13, 2019