In Brentford without Ivan Tony,
Brian Mbeomo is the king.
Brentford recorded a 3-1 come-from-behind victory over Tottenham Hotspur in the 37th round of the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England on the 20th at 8:30 pm (Korean time). With this, Brentford recorded 14 wins, 14 draws and 9 losses (56 points), narrowing the gap with ‘7th place’ Tottenham to 1 point.
Now that the league is coming to an end, as always, the ranking competition for the right to advance to the European competition was fierce. This time, the competition for the European Football Federation (UEFA) Europa League (UEL) was more intense than the competition for fourth place. A situation where 5th and 6th place can grab the UEL ticket. There are as many as four teams competing for one spot in ‘6th place’. The most favorable side is Brighton. They have the fewest matches and the most points. However, Tottenham, Aston Villa and Brentford did not let go of hope.
Brentford was the least likely. This is because they were in ninth place in the league with 53 points before the game. Even if they win both of their remaining two games, Brighton could have finished higher than Brentford if they picked up just two points from their remaining three match schedule.
But it’s not too late to think about it after winning two games. Brentford’s first objective was to beat Tottenham. It wasn’t easy. Even if Tottenham is not in a good mood recently, it is because they also aim to compete in UEL. Also, in the last 4 matches, Brentford has not won a single win over Tottenham.
There were other areas of concern. Brentford recently lost their ‘key striker’ Tony. This is because he was sentenced to an 8-month suspension as he was found guilty of violating 232 FA betting regulations. Accordingly, Brentford has built an attacking team without Tony since the last match against West Ham United.
It was the same in this match. Brentford built an offensive line with Brian Mbemoa, Yoane Wissa and Kevin Shadero. The first half was blocked by Tottenham’s defense and did not look like this, but it boasted strong firepower in the second half.토스카지노
At the center was Mbeomo. In the 5th minute of the second half, Mbeomo, who received a pass from Wisa, lightly passed Ben Davies and split Tottenham’s net with a concise left-footed shot. Afterwards, in the 17th minute of the second half, Aaron Hickey’s pass decision was used to score a turnaround goal with an elaborate shot. In the 43rd minute of the second half, he even recorded an assist to help the guard’s key goal.
In Brentford without Tony, Mbeomo was king. He also led the team to victory by scoring the opening goal and the winning goal in the last match against West Ham. As the player who would drive the pass disappeared, he was able to move freely and showed off his hidden ‘goal decision’ to the fullest. Brentford’s next game is ‘number one’ Manchester City, but if it continues the current flow, it seems that it will be able to create meaningful results.