EPL Rookie Brentford have been impressive since the start of the season and needed seven minutes to announce their arrival at Villa Park against Aston Villa on Premier League Match Day 3.
Brentford wasted no time in opening the scoring, Ivan Toney was there for was well positioned to blast in a bullet shot from about 12 yards after a clever flick from Jansson made something out of the scramble that started out from a poor clearance. Aston villa hopes of remaining in the win column after their 2 – 0 win over Newcastle helped them bounce back from their opening day defeat.
Villa answered six minute later with a brilliant leveler from Emi Buendia, after a good build up from Ings and a good one-two with El Ghazi, Buendia was found at the edge of the box, cash ran in but Buendia used him as a decoy blasting the ball into the top corner to level the game.
After finishing the game draw in the first half, both teams did a perfect job defensively and the keepers weren’t really bothered throughout the second half of the game
Brentford stunned big boys but struggling Arsenal FC in their first Premier League game and picked up a point against Crystal Palace on Match Day 2 and if they keep that pace, could end the season on a high note, say a top 10 finish.
Brentford have surprising refused conceding goals since their arrival, despite the high level of opposition they have faced but though this trend won’t continue till the end of the season but could keep them going for at least one more game.
Aston Villa have proved a tough side and scoring side too, with two goals in their opening game against Watford and their two goal win on match day 2 and with that record will most likely find the target in this game.
Full Premier League Match Day 3 Results