AFC Wimbledon 1 Brentford 3 – Extra Time Goals Finally See Bees Through (VIDEO & PODCAST)

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Brentford, eventually, came through a tough League Cup clash at AFC Wimbledon – fighting back from a goal down to win 3-1 after extra time – thanks to goals from Romain Sawyers, Ollie Watkins and Justin Shaibu. Here’s the thoughts of Bees fans after the game.

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1 Comment

  1. Boru

    Well played! Showed real guts, to fight back and win through, handsomely. Yennaris, is a player with a lot of ability and depth of character, so he is , in my opinion , a good selection as Captain.
    On the negative side, Jota is looking to jump ship to West aHam, which is a big loss and will severely dent any promotion pretensions. Unless he is lucky, and gets a real chance at showing his skills at WestaHam, it could be a bad move for this talented player. He could be benched and beached.
    Let’s hope the “new guys”, prove themselves and are not duds.


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