Brentford Football Club is a professional English association football club based in Brentford, Greater London. Founded on 5 April 1887 as “Brentford FC”, they currently play their home games at Griffin Park after moving from their previous ground of Harlington Road stadium in 1994. They are currently members of the Premier League and play in blue-and-white vertically striped shirts with white shorts and red socks
Brentford Football Club is a professional association football club based in Brentford, Greater London, England. The club currently plays in the Championship and have been members of the Premier League since its formation in 1992.
During the first half, the players were removed off the field when a drone was detected over the Brentford Community Stadium.
In a game that was interrupted for more than 25 minutes in the first half due to a collision of heads and a drone hovering above the pitch, Ruben Neves’ second-half score secured Wolves all three points against Brentford.
When the device was discovered above the Brentford Community Stadium, referee Peter Bankes removed both teams off the field just after the half-hour mark.
After a six-minute stoppage in play caused by a brutal collision between Brentford teammates Mathias Jensen and Rico Henry, the game resumed.
Bankes ordered both sets of players off the field, and spectators were equally perplexed until an announcement over the Tannoy established the cause for the second delay.
The teams re-emerged more than 15 minutes later, but due to the extended pause, they needed to warm up again. When the game was finally resumed, the first half was extended by 19 minutes.
Wolves manager Bruno Lage commented afterward, “It was a bizarre first half.” “They sought to figure out what had occurred and locate the individual in charge of the drone.
“We went inside and spoke about the game for a while. We don’t always have time to talk throughout the game.”
The polar opposite of Lage “It was a wild game – we didn’t deserve to lose at all,” Thomas Frank stated.
“We had a great start until the drone and the two concussion issues forced us to take a pause. We were aggressive and excellent on the break, but Wolves were superior after that.”
At the completion of the first half, fourth official Martin Atkinson signaled for 19 minutes of extra time.
Joao Moutinho performed a nice one-two with Nelson Semedo before hitting the far corner with the outside of his right foot three minutes into the second half, giving the visitors a merited lead.
Bankes overruled his decision to send off Wolves defender Toti Gomes for a tackle on Kristoffer Ajer, and Ivan Toney guided home Bryan Mbeumo’s free-kick to equalize against the flow of play.
In second-half stoppage time, Adama Traore had a goal called out for offside, but Neves restored the visitors’ advantage with a well-placed shot into the bottom corner from the outside of the box.
After the final whistle, Brentford manager Frank was issued a second yellow card for arguing with referee Bankes.
Wolves’ undefeated run in all competitions now stands at six games, while Brentford has now lost four Premier League games in a row, although remaining eight points above the bottom three.
On a strange day, the Wolves triumphed.
Lage was pleased with Wolves’ “mentality” in their win against the Bees.
Brentford were beginning to assert their dominance over the game when Janssen and Henry collided, leaving both players covered in blood and needing prolonged treatment on the field. The two were ultimately removed from the lineup as concussion replacements.
When the drone was detected near the stadium’s roof, the players were pulled off, resulting in an even lengthier pause.
When the game resumed, Lage’s squad gradually managed to push the Bees within their own half, and Moutinho’s second goal in three league appearances broke the tie.
Toney’s clinical finish from Mbeumo’s pass was the hosts’ first attempt on target and looked for a long like it may win them an improbable point, but Frank’s men were solidly second best and have their job cut out to stop a troubling run.
Brentford’s boss thinks his team deserved to win.
“I will put my hands up,” the 48-year-old manager declared in response to his layoff after full-time employment. I advise my players to keep their emotions in control so they don’t get stupid cards, which was obviously idiotic of me.
“I got my first yellow for assaulting a Wolves player, then I turned around, annoyed, and [the referee] thought it was too violent.”
Wolves have won four of their last five league games and are just four points behind fourth-placed Manchester United, with a game in hand on Ralf Rangnick’s side.
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Three-man squad Henry is the name of the player.
Eighth squad Jensen is the name of the player.
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Number 26 in the squad Baptiste is the name of the player.
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Number one squad Name of the player Sá, José
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Number of players in the squad10 Podence, Daniel
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- 18Jansson It’s been scheduled for 75 minutes.
- At 83’minutes, Canós was substituted by Ghoddos.
- 8Jensen 27’minutes substituted forBaptisteat At 79’minutes, he was replaced by Forss.
- 6Nørgaard It was scheduled for 83 minutes.
- 3Henry Roerslevat was replaced at the 26th minute. Wissaat was replaced after 58 minutes.
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- 30 Roerslev
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- 24GomesScheduled for 70 minutes
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- 8NevesScheduled for 60 minutes
- 28 Moutinho, Joo
- 10Podence90+3’minutesSubstituted for Machado Trincoat
- 17 Silva, Fábio Traoréat 75’minutes was substituted.
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Second Half ends, Brentford 1, Wolverhampton Wanderers is a football club based in Wolverhampton, 2.
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Offside, Wolverhampton Wanderers is a football club based in Wolverhampton,. Rúben Neves tries a through ball, but Adama Traoré is caught offside.
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Substitution, Wolverhampton Wanderers is a football club based in Wolverhampton,. Trincão replaces Daniel Podence.
José Sá (Wolverhampton Wanderers is a football club based in Wolverhampton,) is shown the yellow card.
The attempt was unsuccessful. Following a corner, Ivan Toney’s right-footed shot from close range is too high.
The attempt was unsuccessful. Brentford’s Ethan Pinnock misses to the right with a left-footed attempt from the left side of the area. Saman Ghoddos assisted with a cross after a corner.
Brentford’s corner. Conor Coady made the concession.
Attempt was thwarted. Brentford’s Ivan Toney’s header from close range is stopped. Christian Nrgaard assisted with a headed pass.
Foul by Adama Traoré (Wolverhampton Wanderers is a football club based in Wolverhampton,).
Brentford’s Yoane Wissa is awarded a free kick in the attacking half.
Brentford’s corner. Nélson Semedo made the concession.
Brentford has made a substitution. Sergi Canós is replaced by Saman Ghoddos.
Brentford’s Christian Nrgaard receives a yellow card for a nasty foul.
João Moutinho (Wolverhampton Wanderers is a football club based in Wolverhampton,) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
Christian Nrgaard was called for a foul (Brentford).
The attempt was unsuccessful. The left-footed attempt from outside the box by Marcus Forss (Brentford) comes near, but it misses to the right.
Brentford has made a substitution. Shandon Baptiste is replaced by Marcus Forss.
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