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EPL: Brentford manager celebrates Onyeka’s debut goal


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Brentford’s manager, Thomas Frank, expressed his delight as Frank Onyeka netted his inaugural Premier League goal for the club.

Onyeka scored a goal in the Bees’ 2-0 win over Sheffield United at the Gtech Community Stadium on Saturday.

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In a thrilling turn of events, the Nigeria international made a last-minute substitution, replacing Mathias Jensen.

In a remarkable display of skill, the 26-year-old swiftly found the back of the net, securing the host’s second goal just three minutes after Kevin Schade’s flick.

“I am thrilled for Frank and believe he truly deserved this victory. It is a moment of pure joy.” Frank praised his contribution, stating that he played a crucial role in determining the outcome,” Frank told the club’s official website.

After securing a victory, Brentford has climbed to the 14th spot in the standings.

EPL: I didn’t say that – Ten Hag on playing UCL after 2-2 draw with Bournemouth

In another story from the EPL, despite their 2-2 draw with Bournemouth on Saturday, Manchester United manager, Erik ten Hag, remains confident that his team is still in the running to qualify for next season’s Champions League.

In their recent run of games, United have managed to secure victory in just one out of their last seven matches across all competitions.

The gap between Ten Hag’s team and fourth-placed Aston Villa and fifth-placed Tottenham stands at 10 points, with only six games remaining.

“We do our best, but I also have a realistic perspective.”

“With the entire squad present, there is still a strong sense of belief. We will continue to fight, even with the players who are currently available.” There is a lot of potential in the team, with a roster filled with young players.

Ten Hag confidently dismissed any notion that the Champions League is out of reach for his team. “No, I didn’t say that,” he clarified.


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