Lyndon Dykes is off the mark for the new season after Scotland’s number nine netted in a comfortable QPR victory over Hull City.

The former Livingston forward netted the third QPR goal in a 3-0 win away to Hull in the English Championship. It’s Dykes’ first strike in competitive action since returning from Euro 2020 with the national team in June.

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Lyndon Dykes’ goal tally is underway. (Photo by Federico Maranesi/MI News/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

He will link up with Steve Clarke’s Scotland squad next month for three crucial World Cup 2022 qualifiers against Denmark, Moldova and Austria. A training ground routine, Dykes moved off his man from a Stefan Johansen corner to score the eventual winner for QPR.

Dykes said of his first goal of the season: “It was amazing. It was our first away game and we worked very hard.

 

“We ended up scoring a few goals to make things a bit easier for ourselves. I was just happy to see my goal hit the back of the net. I got away from my defender and it’s good to get that first one for the season.”

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