The Uganda forward continued his good form in front of goal, while the Anglo-Nigerian defender was instructed in the second half
Uche Ikpeazu scored his second championship goal of the season on Wednesday, but it was not enough to save Middlesbrough from a 3-2 defeat to Queens Park Rangers of 10.
After opening his goal account for Boro in his 2-1 win over Bristol City last Saturday, Ikpeazu continued from where he left off with the opening goal at Riverside Stadium.
The 26-year-old stepped forward in the seventh minute to return from the penalty spot, and the effort separated both teams for the first 45 minutes.
Five minutes after the restart of the match, Anglo-Nigerian defender Moses Odubajo was instructed to receive his second yellow card in the match.
Odubajo was punished for dropping Isaiah Jones on the edge of the box. It was the first time the 28-year-old has been sent off in a game since he received two yellow cards in December 2019 in a game against Derby County.
Despite the numerical disadvantage, QPR completed their return from a goal with Jonathan Howson’s own goal and hit by Lyndon Dykes and Chris Willock.
Prior to his expulsion, Odubajo, who joined the Hoops in July with a free transfer, started the first three games of the season, ending in a draw and two wins.
Later in the second half, Ikpeazu made way for Chuba Akpom to make his first appearance of the season in the 71st minute, while Egyptian Sam Morsy and Ivory Coast’s Sol Bamba watched as unused substitutes.
QPR, on the other hand, had Timothy Dieng of Senegal in goal, while Osman Kakay of Sierra Leone replaced Morocco’s Ilias chair in the 58th minute and watched Albert Adomah of Ghana off the bench.
Wednesday’s victory saw Mark Warburton’s team reach third place in the championship table, level on seven points with leaders West Bromwich Albion and second in Fulham after three games.
They host Barnsley on Saturday for their next outing in the league, while Middlesbrough travel to Derby County in 10th place the same day.