A week after signing on for the season’s first Premier League victory (2-0 at Watford), Wolverhampton have put an end to three consecutive setbacks, this Saturday at home, encouraging Brentford (0-2). The spectators conceded the first setback last Saturday (0-1) against Brighton. Half the time was enough for them to assert their superiority by being replaced by Ivan Tony (28th) with a penalty imposed by former Brazilian Mary from the OL.
The same Tony gave his first goal in the Premier League to the 22-year-old (34th) to French striker and former Troy Brian Ebium. With 44 goals or assists from the start of last season, Tony was the most decisive player during the English Professional Championship period.
In the second half, Shandon Baptist (64th) was reduced to ten after being sent off, who warned for the second time in five minutes when he was about to be replaced, as Brentford resisted well and hit the Empio bar at the end of the meeting (90th). With this 2-0 win, Brentford climbed to ninth place in the Premier League until West Ham, not shooting Wolverhampton on target this Saturday and were relegated to 14th place with home infertility.
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