Brentford 2-2 Ipswich Town
James Tarkowski helped Brentford to pull off a brilliant comeback by netting a dramatic 96th-minute equaliser as Brentford scored two stoppage-time goals to draw The game at Griffin Park. This was after Ipswich midfielder Kevin Bru scored a spectacular scissors kick to give the visitors a half-time lead And new signing Ryan Fraser then tapped in shortly after the break to make it 2-0
The lively Freddy Sears was denied twice by the Brentford goalkeeper in the opening half, first tipping his weak shot wide before palming his powerful strike away.However, the visitors capped their dominance with a goal just before the break.
Fraser who is on loan from Bournemouth cut in from the right and smashed a shot against a post but the ball fell to 17-year-old Joshua Emmanuel who chipped it back in for Bru to turn home magnificently.After a good counter-attack led to the Ipswich’s second, Ipswich continued to press forward and almost added a third when Bru’s fierce strike was tipped away by Button.
Substitute Andre Gray raced clear to score for the hosts two minutes into added time before defender Tarkowski tapped the ball home to make it 2-2.
There was little sign of the late drama to come after Ipswich dominated the majority of the game and were kept out by a string of fine saves from David Button.
By Ben Pooley
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