Brentford 2-0 Burnley: Player score

From Brentford Community Stadium – Brentford received back-to-back matches for the primary time within the Premier League with a late 2-0 victory in opposition to Burnley.

A uninteresting match went the way in which of the hosts after a late Ivan Toney place secured three factors for Thomas Frank’s crew, which is 9 factors forward of its opponents within the relegation zone.

The bees dominated the preliminary exchanges however didn’t take advantage of the frenzy they compelled into Burnley’s penalty space, with Bryan Mbeumo responsible of getting misplaced his composure on a few events.

Christian Eriksen’s effort from 20 yards compelled Nick Pope into his first save of the afternoon, nearly to tip the Dane’s blow behind after Brentford received the ball excessive up on the pitch.

Most of Burnley’s raids on Brentford’s half got here alongside the sides, however they nearly discovered success in the center when Maxwel Cornet fired a shot simply huge.

Burnley’s finest probability of the primary half fell to Dwight McNeil’s means when he encountered a deep Ashley Westwood submit, however his nod was nearer to discovering the nook flag than the again of David Raya’s internet.

A irritating opening 45 for Mbeumo continued as James Tarkowski cleared his delicate shot from the road and the 2 sides went into the break with no objective.

Pope had his blush spared when he got here after however missed a submit from Sergi Canos, with Vitaly Janelt’s nod on prime of the online.

Another alternative for Mbeumo went begging after being launched by Toney on counterattack, however the Frenchman was effectively fitted by Tarkowski and needed to accept a nook.

At the opposite finish, Raya made a prime cease together with her toes to disclaim Cornet after Rico Henry’s return from the hospital performed the Ivorian via on objective.

A speculative strike from substitute Jay Rodriguez rattled the crossbar as Burnley took management of the late levels.

But Brentford took the lead with lower than 5 minutes left when Eriksen’s high quality cross discovered Toney, and he nodded into the far nook.

Nathan Collins then fouled Toney in the realm at halftime and received his marching orders, the place the striker stepped up to take care of his excellent penalty file for the Bees.

Brentford followers danced on the newly fashioned terraces at Community Stadium and chanted “we stay up”, whereas the Clarets stay caught in the autumn space.

Pinnock was glorious / JUSTIN TALLIS / GettyImages

David Raya (GK) – 8/10 – Superb together with his toes once more and his large cease to disclaim Cornet proved to be essential.

Kristoffer Ajer (RB) – 5/10 – Still adjusting to life on the precise again, usually cautious that his lack of tempo might depart him uncovered on the counter.

Pontus Jansson (CB) – 7/10 – Superb within the air and on the ground.

Ethan Pinnock (CB) – 9/10 – Outstanding. Weghorst saved as quiet as attainable and apparently received every part he lined up for.

Rico Henry (LB) – 4/10 – Looked nervous all afternoon and was fortunate to not be punished.

Eriksen was artistic / James Williamson – AMA / GettyImages

Christian Norgaard (DM) – 7/10 – Sweep up so effectively, however was normally a weaker hyperlink in ball possession.

Vitaly Janelt (CM) – 5/10 – Had lots of the easy issues fallacious however you can not blame him for his bravery on the ball.

Christian Eriksen (CM) – 9/10 – Outstanding. Was near dropping endurance together with his teammates a number of occasions however stayed cool to supply a monumental help.

Cool as you want / Catherine Ivill / GettyImages

Bryan Mbeumo (RW) – 5/10 – The sport would have been useless and buried lengthy earlier than Tony’s double if Mbeumo had saved his nerves on about seven totally different events.

Ivan Toney (CF) – 9/10 – Nerves of metal and by no means stopped working. Now as much as 11 Premier League objectives this season.

Sergi Canos (LW) – 6/10 – Played some good discipline balls however his lack of tempo made it troublesome to assault Burnley.

Yoane Wissa (LW, 74 ‘for Canos) – 4/10 – Be on a totally different wavelength than his teammates.

Mathias Jensen (CM, 81 ‘for Norgaard) – 6/10 – His forward-thinking spirit helped to reverse the pattern.

Frank Onyeka (CM, 89 ‘for Mbeumo) – N / A

Collins was fired / James Williamson – AMA / GettyImages

Nick Pope (GK) – 4/10 – Far too cautious when he got here to cross, and when he did, he flopped in opposition to them.

Connor Roberts (RB) – 6/10 – Rarely crushed and it is just not his fault that Burnley misplaced.

Nathan Collins (CB) – 6/10 – Defensive sound principally till the late collapse.

James Tarkowski (CB) – 5/10 – Equally good till Toney peeled away from him late. Buede relentlessly when he returned.

Charlie Taylor (LB) – 4/10 – Gave Mbeumo a number of probabilities to create havoc.

Lennon didn’t ask sufficient questions / Julian Finney / GettyImages

Aaron Lennon (RM) – 4/10 – Provided nothing exceptional. The former teammate Eriksen had none of his dummies.

Ashley Westwood (CM) – 7/10 – Opened the match together with his glorious passing vary.

Josh Brownhill (CM) – 5/10 – Break up play greater than give one thing on it.

Dwight McNeil (LM) – 5/10 – Did not give Ajer sufficient bother given his clumsiness at occasions.

Weghorst thought it was powerful / Catherine Ivill / GettyImages

Maxwel Cornet (CF) – 6/10 – Burnley’s harmful man, however didn’t promote his greatest probability and it turned out to be expensive.

Wout Weghorst (CF) – 3/10 – Marked out of the sport by Pinnock and pulled off midway via the second half.

Jay Rodriguez (CF, 67 ‘for Weghorst) – 6/10 – Looked significantly better than Weghorst at the highest.

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