Brentford 3 Brighton & Hove Albion 2

Brentford had GP rockin’ with the smiling face leaving the ground commentating that it was the best football they had ever seen from a Brentford side.

In the early stages, Brighton were the better of the two sides and it looked like they were going to be teaching the Bees a football lesson.

Croft took possession of a poor alan McCormack throw to deliver a grass cutting drive from just outside the box which whizzed across the Brentford goal to whack the far post.

Soon after, Button was rounded by Baldock and the Bees only remained level through a lunging Tarkowski slide.

Having survived Brighton’s initial onslaught the Bees grew in confidence and the home side put on a show of sublime football that had the home fans staring in almost disbelief.

Brighton’s Dunk should have seen red when he had no choice but to bring down Gray who clean through on goal after an amazing Tarkowski ball which was expertly dummied by the caveman looking Douglas allowing Gray to weave his way towards the goal.

The Bees took the lead through some great build up play when Judge found Moses Odubajo with an inch perfect cross field ball. It was a long ball but not as the Bees fans know it and Moses beating his man delivered a low shot past Stockdale and into the bottom left hand corner to bring three side sof Griffin park to their feet.

It was now the Bees that were on top and Gray had a great chance to increase the lead but was thwarted by Stockdale.

With a third of the game gone the Bees combined and with a truly sublime passes move from defence to Tarkowski found Judge, who found Moses who put through Bidwell who delivered a perfect left wing cross which was met in the six yard box by Gray who made it two.

Brighton refused to roll over and continuing to play their own brand of good football managed to pull a goal back just before half time when Greer found himself unmarked to score.

Geer had the ball in the back of the net two minutes later but this time his effort was ruled out .

The Bees started the second half well and went three one up when Douglas rose above the brighton defence to head the ball the home

Holla pulled a goal back for Brighton with a 20 yard shot but it was not enough for the visitors.

This was Brentford’s first home win of the season and moved the Bess up to 6th in the Championship table. Next up are Norwich on Tuesday night, a top of the table clash under the flood lights of GP – there is only one place to be.