Wolves score twice to beat Brentford 2 – 1. Ruben Neves’ second-half strike earned Wolves all three points at Brentford, in a game that was halted for over 25 minutes in the first half due to a clash of heads and a drone hovering above the ground.
Referee Peter Bankes took both teams off the pitch just after the half-hour mark, moments after a six-minute break in play due to a nasty collision involving Brentford team-mates Mathias Jensen and Rico Henry.
Wolves were quickest to settle after the stoppages and took a deserved lead three minutes into the second half when Joao Moutinho played a neat one-two with Nelson Semedo before finding the far corner with the outside of his right foot.
Ivan Toney steered home Bryan Mbeumo’s free-kick to equalise against the run of play, moments after Bankes had overturned his own decision to send off Wolves defender Toti Gomes for a challenge on Kristoffer Ajer.
But Neves restored the visitors’ lead with a well-placed finish into the bottom corner from the edge of the box, before Adama Traore had a goal ruled out for offside in second-half stoppage time.
Brentford manager Thomas Frank was shown a second yellow card for remonstrating with referee Bankes after the full-time whistle.
The victory extends Wolves’ unbeaten run in all competitions to six games, while Brentford have now lost their last four Premier League fixtures – although they remain eight points above the bottom three.
Source – BBC News