Brighton players forced to take taxis to QPR game after bus breaks down | inside World Soccer

Brighton and Hove Albion players were forced to flag down taxis for their game at Queens Park Rangers on Wednesday after their bus broke down en route to West London.

Tomasz Kuszczak posts pictures of him and his Brighton teammates get in a taxi
Tomasz Kuszczak posts pictures of him and his Brighton teammates get in a taxi

Photo: Facebook/TomKuszczakFanPage

The Seagulls went to Loftus Road for a tricky clash with QPR, but before they could even get to the stadium there was drama, with the bus breaking down leaving players stranded.

Brighton players soon flagged down taxis as they rushed to get to their opponents' ground in time for kick-off.

Ashley Barnes, Adam El-Abd, Rohan Ince, Tomasz Kuszczak, and Kazenga LuaLua were all crammed into the back of a private-hire taxi.

And despite the drama, Brighton managed to play out a 0-0 draw with QPR to take a point from the clash.

"On the way to yesterday's game, our coach broke down and we had to take a taxi to the stadium!" Kuszczak wrote on Facebook after the match.

"That doesn't happen every day, but it didn't affect our solid draw!"

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