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Saints hit QPR for six

Saints hit QPR for six

Southampton reserves hammered QPR 6-1 at Staplewood this evening.

QPR took an early lead after Pele gave away a spot kick. Paul Furlong tucked away the penalty.

But after the penalty Saints took charge of the game and brought themselves level through Bradley Wright-Phillips.

Despite Southampton's pressure the half ended 1-1.

QPR might as well have not bothered re-appearing after half time as goals from Wright-Phillips (2), Best, Idiakez (2) and White made the scoreline 6-1.

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Date:Tuesday February 27 2007
Time: 9:08PM

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So much competition for places up front.
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