Brentford moved into the top six of the Championship with a display that left the Millwall manager buzzing about the Bees performance and potential
Brentford produced a sensational showing to dispatch their hosts and the margin could have been even bigger.
Griffin Park was buzzing as this thrilling game came to close with Brentford getting a deserved winner deep into extra time.
Brentford travelled to the North West for the 2nd successive Saturday only to be edged out by a solid looking Bolton side in new manager Neil Lennon’s first home game in charge.
Brentford played out a goalless draw at Wigan as the hosts did their utmost to stifle the Bees attacking flair.
The Bees bounced back from defeat at Watford by recording a decisive victory in style, and gained a measure of revenge for the promotion preventing actions of Jamie Cureton way back in 2002 to boot.
The Hornets and Bees both buzzed as old rivalries were renewed with this pulsating clash.
Magnificent Brentford bounced back to cruise past Leeds United to win two nil, but it should have been more.
The Bees produced a solid showing against the only team to do the double over them last season but emerged victorious and in doing so claimed the first ever clean sheet in The Championship.
Tue 27th August 2013 | Capital One Round Two | Kick off: 7:45 pm Please note that this match is all-ticket for Brentford fans. Tickets must be purchased in advance.