Brentford Secures Emphatic 3-0 Victory Over Burnley
Super Eagles midfielder Frank Onyeka played a pivotal role in Brentford’s triumph, showcasing his midfield prowess for 84 minutes before being substituted, Footballrover reports
Yoane Wissa opened the scoring in the 25th minute, skillfully tapping in from close range. Bryan Mbeumo doubled Brentford’s lead with a stunning curling strike in the 62nd minute.
Burnley’s hopes of a comeback were further diminished when Roberts received a red card for two yellow card offenses, leaving them with 10 men.
Substitute Sayed Ghoddos capitalized on Burnley’s numerical disadvantage, firing in an excellent swerving shot off the post to seal Brentford’s victory.
This marks Brentford’s first league win since their 3-0 triumph over Fulham on August 19, propelling them to 14th place on the Premier League table with 10 points.
Frank Onyeka and his teammates will now face the formidable Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in their next Premier League encounter.
Meanwhile, Burnley remains in the relegation zone and will face fellow strugglers Bournemouth next weekend.
In other Premier League results, Ola Aina came on as a substitute in Nottingham Forest’s 2-2 home draw with Luton Town, Manchester City edged Brighton 2-1, Newcastle United thrashed Palace 4-0, and Wolves beat Bournemouth 2-1 away.