Maybe there is a life beyond Said Benrahma and Ollie Watkins. Another goal from Ivan Toney, another game without a loss, and Brentford are now in the championship play-off spots at least until Saturday afternoon.
Under former Brentford manager Mark Warburton, the Queens Park Rangers are lacking consistency, and on Friday night they were short of over 90 minutes. With the little Ilias Chair, a bundle of trouble, and Bright Osayi-Samuel living up to his good news, they tried to seize the moment, but their early bustle was dashed and when Brentford slid forward they were ahead. Bryan Mbeumo crossed from the right, Toney switched to Rico Henry, whose simple but effective retreat met Vitaly Janelt for the first time. The German’s angled drive flew past Seny Deing to score his first goal in English football.
It could have been two moments later when Dieng’s terrible clearance fell to Emiliano Marcondes, who appeared to score, but his use was as slack as the goalkeeper’s reaction. Then a Brentford attack collapsed. After Henry got out of position, Osayi-Samuel rallied in his own half, overtook Janelt on the way to the box and crossed deep. While Henrik Dalsgaard slept soundly, Scottish striker Lyndon Dykes sat back in front of the Danes to finish well.
The unimpressed Brentford head coach Thomas Frank made two changes at halftime. Pontus Jansson turned out to be more muscular for Dykes and Brentford took control. Toney shot past Dieng but was offside with a beard. Anyway, be 12. The championship goal was not long in coming. Marcondes scored a vicious free kick. Dieng came halfway and Toney nibbled in front of the dozing Niko Hamalainen to nod home.
It was only time for QPR’s evening to worsen, and when Todd Kane rattled Marcus Forss, the inevitable second yellow card confirmed the Rangers’ ruin.
Brentford (4-3-3): Raya 6; Dalsgaard 5 (Jansson, h-t, 7) Pinnock 6 Sorensen 6 Henry 7; Dasilva 5 (Jensen, h-t, 6) Janelt 6 Marcondes 6 (Forss, 71); Mbeumo 6 (Ghoddos, 86) Toney 7 Fosu 6 (Canos, 71). Subs: Daniels (gk) Thompson Stevens Pressley
Queens Park Rangers (4-5-1): Dieng 6; Barbet 7 Ball 6 (Adomah, 79) Dickie 6 Hamalainen 6 (Bonne 85); Chair 6 Kane 6 Osayi-Samuel 7 Carroll 5 Willock 6 (Thomas, 73); Dykes 6. Subs Kelly (gk) Wallace Masterson Kakay Bettache Kelman
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