London - Shaun Wright-Phillips has devoted a fair amount of time to charity in recent years and Queens Park Rangers will be hoping the winger can continue to aid their survival fight after his goal sank Chelsea on Wednesday, Supersport.com reports.
Wright-Phillips scored his first league goal in almost 1,000 days when he slotted a long shot past his former club late on in QPR's 1-0 win, a result that pulled the west Londoners to within five points of safety at the bottom of the Premier League.
"I learnt playing football there are lots of ups and downs. It plays on your mind when you don't score but hopefully that thought at the back of my mind is gone now," the diminutive forward told reporters.
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