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Brentford scored an injury time winner

Brentford scored an injury time winner

Brentford scored an injury time winner

Brentford scored an injury time winner

Brentford’s excellent start to life in the Premier League is making the football world sit up and

take notice of them, says Bees boss Thomas Frank.

Yoane Wissa scored an added-time winner as Frank’s side moved up to seventh in the table with a dramatic 2-1 London

derby victory at West Ham United.

“Outside of London, outside of west London, maybe no-one in the world knows who we are,” said Frank.

“So we need to show them with good performances on the pitch. I think we’re a good story.

I believed we could do something in the Premier League, I knew we would be strong defensively,

press forward and be aggressive.d

“I also knew we’d try to be brave, that’s my biggest message to the players. We are proud, but I think it’s also a truly deserved 12 points.”

Wissa, who got a late equaliser against Liverpool eight days ago, drove in a powerful shot with virtually the last kick of the game

after the Hammers, who missed an opportunity to go level on points with both Manchester clubs, failed to clear a set piece.

It came at the end of a contest in which the visitors dominated early on and deservedly led, with Bryan Mbeumo sweeping

in from close range after Sergi Canos’ effort was parried by home goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski.

Jarrod Bowen spurned a glorious chance to level when heading Vladimir Coufal’s cross wide and the Czech Republic

full-back was also superbly denied an equaliser by Bees goalkeeper David Raya’s sprawling save.

The home fans at London Stadium erupted in joy when Bowen eventually drove a low effort into the bottom right corner to equalise 

only to be stunned as Wissa’s late strike turned one point into three for the enterprising visitors.