Wolverhampton – Brentford football results

(FA Cup third round) Wolverhampton and Brentford gave the audience an extremely satisfying chase in the FA Cup third round replay.

Brentford and Wolverhampton entered the match quite openly. Brentford proved more effective with the opening goal in the 13th minute thanks to Collins.

However, Wolverhampton did not let their opponents have complete joy in the first half. Entering the 36th minute, Semedo shined to equalize 1-1 for the “Wolves”. 

In the second half, both sides continued to create a remarkable score chase. Brentford took the lead again in the 52nd minute when Maupay scored. Wolverhampton did not give up and 20 minutes later scored a second goal thanks to Fraser.

The 2-2 draw was maintained by Wolverhampton and Brentford until the end of the 2 main halves. This forced the two teams to enter 2 extra periods. 

By extra time, the wind had changed direction. Brentford can no longer lead Wolverhampton. Instead, Wolverhampton “threw an important punch” in the 5th minute of extra time of the first extra time to take the lead against Brentford for the first time in this match. This is the phase that saw Cunha enter his name on the electronic board on the penalty spot. 

Brentford then tried hard to find a third goal but was powerless. Therefore, they had to accept a 2-3 loss to Wolverhampton, thereby stopping in the third round of the FA Cup. Wolverhampton’s opponent in the fourth round of the FA Cup will be West Brom (6:45 p.m., January 28).

Final score: Wolverhampton 3-2 Brentford (H1: 1-1)


Wolverhampton: Semedo (36′), Fraser (72′), Cunha (105+5′)

Brentford: Collins (13′), Maupay (52′)


Wolverhampton: Jose Sa, Kilman, Bueno, Gomes, Semedo, Doyle, Hodge, Doherty, Sarabia, Cunha, Bellegarde

Brentford Jbet888: Strakosha, Kristoffer Ajer, Mee, Collins, Roerslev, Janelt, Jensen, Damsgaard, Dasilva, Maupay, Lewis-Potter

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