Tottenham’s European push was dented after Brentford rallied in the second half to take all three points
Harry Kane scored a stunning opening goal on what may prove to be his final home game at the club
However, the visitors fought back after the
Tottenham’s European bid was left in tatters after Brentford mounted a remarkable second-half comeback to leave Harry Kane’s early stunner worthless.
Talisman Kane opened the scoring early on on what may prove to be his final home game for the club, having collected a flick from a free-kick and dispatched into David Raya’s top corner.
However, the stubborn visitors rallied after the interval and pulled level, Bryan Mbeumo firing low from the edge of the penalty area. Just 12 minutes later, he notched his brace after racing through and slotting home.
Spurs looked to salvage a point but instead threw away all three, Oliver Skipp’s error allowing Yoane Wissa to beat Fraser Forster and condemn the hosts to another miserable afternoon.
More to follow.
break with Bryan Mbeumo and Yoan Wissa both on target
Leave a Reply