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Brentford snatches a valuable point from leaders Liverpool

Brentford snatches a valuable point from leaders Liverpool

Newly promoted Brentford halted Liverpool's winning streak in the Premier League after imposing an exciting 3-3 draw in the sixth round of the English Premier League, to be at the top of the standings.

Brentford snatches a valuable point from leaders Liverpool Newly promoted Brentford halted Liverpool's winning streak in the Premier League after imposing an exciting 3-3 draw in the sixth round of the English Premier League, to be at the top of the standings.  And at (Brentford Stadium), Brentford players surprised the guests and took the lead in the 27th minute through Jamaican defender Ethan Pinnock.  But Liverpool's response came quickly with a equalizer after 4 minutes thanks to Portuguese Diogo Jota, ending the first 45 minutes with a goal in each network.  In the second half, Liverpool advanced this time in the 53rd minute with the signing of the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, who raised his score to 5 goals this season, with the duo Jimmy Vardy and Mikael Antonio at the top of the scorers.  Liverpool's lead lasted only 9 minutes, after Brentford scored the goal of adjusting the cuff by German midfielder Vitaly Ganlet, before the Reds returned to the lead again quickly in the 67th minute with a third goal scored by promising Curtis Jones.  In the last meters of the match, the Brentford players did not give in to the delay in the result, and managed to return to the score with a third goal in the 82nd minute, scored by young French striker Yuan Weissa.  Thus, Jurgen Klopp's series of victories stopped during the past two matches, giving the team a golden opportunity to move away from the top of the standings, and only add a point that made his score 14, one point ahead of Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United and Everton.  On the other hand, Brentford added a point to his score to become 9, temporarily occupying the ninth place.


And at (Brentford Stadium), Brentford players surprised the guests and took the lead in the 27th minute through Jamaican defender Ethan Pinnock.


But Liverpool's response came quickly with a equalizer after 4 minutes thanks to Portuguese Diogo Jota, ending the first 45 minutes with a goal in each network.


In the second half, Liverpool advanced this time in the 53rd minute with the signing of the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, who raised his score to 5 goals this season, with the duo Jimmy Vardy and Mikael Antonio at the top of the scorers.


Liverpool's lead lasted only 9 minutes, after Brentford scored the goal of adjusting the cuff by German midfielder Vitaly Ganlet, before the Reds returned to the lead again quickly in the 67th minute with a third goal scored by promising Curtis Jones.


In the last meters of the match, the Brentford players did not give in to the delay in the result, and managed to return to the score with a third goal in the 82nd minute, scored by young French striker Yuan Weissa.


Thus, Jurgen Klopp's series of victories stopped during the past two matches, giving the team a golden opportunity to move away from the top of the standings, and only add a point that made his score 14, one point ahead of Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United and Everton.


On the other hand, Brentford added a point to his score to become 9, temporarily occupying the ninth place.

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