On This Day: Moore, Peters and Hurst score in QPR win


Taking a look back at a classic West Ham United moment on this day in history, in association with RoadX Tyres...

West Ham United's three 1966 FIFA World Cup winners were in sensational form for the Hammers on this day in 1968.

Bobby Moore, Martin Peters and Geoff Hurst were all on target as Ron Greenwood's Irons beat Queens Park Rangers 4-3 at the Boleyn Ground in the old First Division.

Moore drove in the first from long range following a typical run out of defence before Peters headed in a young Trevor Brooking's flick-on.

Hurst latched onto Moore's quickly-taken free-kick to head in his side's third before England's hat-trick hero turned provider for Harry Redknapp, who lashed in the fourth on the volley.

Enjoy four wonderful West Ham goals again here!

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