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Brentford gets a point at home against Liverpool

If there’s one thing Brentford has showed so far this season, it is that they are a worthy Premier League team. The match against Liverpool wasn’t anything different from what they had showed so far. Brentford kept true to their own style of play in an exciting battle against the Premier League leaders.

Exciting first half

From the very first whistle of this match, it was very exciting to watch. For Brentford fans, for Liverpool fans and for all the neutrals. The ball went back and forward and eventually ended up in Liverpool’s goal thanks to Ethan Pinnock in the 27th minute of the match. Only four minutes later Diogo Jota equalised with a header after a great cross by Jordan Henderson. Despite some small chances, the 1-1 score went into half-time.

Second half even better

Even though the first half was very entertaining, the second half was even more impressive. Early in the second half Mohamed Salah lifted the score to 1-2 for Liverpool. Within ten minutes all was equal again, after Vitaly Janelt scored the 2-2. Once again the scored remained on the board for just a few minutes, when Curtis Jones scored the 2-3 for Liverpool. A lead that Liverpool with their quality and 20 minutes to play should bring over the line. Brentford didn’t agree and tried to keep scoring an equaliser. Yoane Wissa, only a few minutes after entering the pitch scored the 6th goal of the match. A very entertaining match, with 6 goals, and a point each. This result brings Liverpool to the top of the table after some favourable results of their competitors. Brentford is currently on 9th place, with 9 points from 6 matches.