It was possibly the weirdest game of football I've ever watched, but it doesn't matter because QPR under-23s made it three-straight wins with a 5-4 victory over Charlton Athlatic.

It was a first half horror show for the Hoops who were 3-0 down at the break, but what followed was just exceptional.

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The floodlights came on at 3pm creating a strange atmosphere in the empty Valley, and this is when QPR started their comeback.

A brace from Olamide Shodipo and one from Romeo Akinola brought the scores level, before Charlton managed to squeeze home a fourth to make it 4-3.

But the Hoops weren't done yet, as Shodipo fired home a sublime volley to complete his hat-trick and draw the scores level, before Reece Grego-Cox got on the score sheet to make it 5-4 to the Hoops.