Home Sports Toney strike the difference against Brentford

Toney strike the difference against Brentford


Winged Ivan Toney objective sentenced Albion to a 1-0 loss in their penultimate pre-season well disposed at the Amex on Tuesday.

Graham Potter rolled out 11 improvements to the group that began last Saturday’s 2-1 win at Reading.

The midday saw the principal Amex run-outs for Matt Clarke, Jan Paul van Hecke, Julio Enciso, Kaoru Mitoma, Kacper Kozlowski, and Deniz Under.

The Bees gave Ben Mee his introduction, the safeguard having finished his move from Burnley last week.

A few quality conveyances into the case from Enciso are ideally a sample of what’s to come from the Paraguayan. Matt Clarke gestured home at the back post from the 18-year-old’s whipped free-kick from the right following eight minutes, however, the Albion safeguard was pronounced to be offside.

Under was denied by goalkeeper David Raya from 12 yards, before van Hecke’s header was tidied up the line following Enciso’s corner.

Shandon Baptiste constrained Jason Steele into his most memorable save of the evening with a low drive that the manager palmed behind for a corner before Undav played in Neal Maupay who smacked within the post before Mitoma’s follow-up was shrewdly tipped wide by Raya.

Van Hecke got on the finish of Clarke’s gesture towards objective right off the bat in the last part yet couldn’t immediate it past Reya then, at that point, Mitoma’s dart into the container and ensuing drawback for Undav was obstructed before the German volleyed the free ball over, as Albion squeezed for the objective their strain merited.

Kacper Kozlowski’s corner was flicked on by Clarke and Florin Andone couldn’t jab home after some pinball in the Brentford box.

Albion had looked the group likelier to break the stop yet all things considered, Brentford started to lead the pack with 12 minutes to go. Kjell Scherpen’s pass out was caught by Halil Dervisoglu, who set Ivan Toney up for a simple completion into a vacant net.

Albion currently anticipates the last round of pre-season, as they invite La Liga outfit Espanyol to the Amex on Saturday.

Albion line-up: Steele (Scherpen 60), Duffy, Clarke, van Hecke, Enciso (Karbownik 60), Mitoma (Moran 69), Alzate, Sarmiento (Zeqiri 60), Lallana (Kozlowski 60), Undav (Andone 69), Maupay.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here