Drone shuts down Brentford vs Wolves and players are forced to leave the pitch – Dailyday sport

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The game was stopped at Brentford Community Stadium after a drone flew over our heads shortly after Bees duo Mathias Jensen and Rico Henry collided.

The Brentford Premier League clash against the Wolves was stopped after a drone was flown over the field.

Both teams were forced to leave the field after the flying object appeared at Brentford Community Stadium in the first half.

Fans chanted “who’s that chick with the drone” while waiting for players to return to the field.

The game was stopped for 15 minutes before the players returned to the field and a short warm-up was taken before the action continued, still with no goals.

Earlier, the Bees duo, Mathias Jensen and Rico Henry, got involved in a sick clash.

The duo remained bloody after colliding frontally in the Premier League clash in the 21st minute as they tried to win an air ball.

They grabbed their faces as they were replaced after the treatment and headed straight down the tunnel.

They were replaced by Mads Roerslev and Shandon Baptiste as a shocking substitute player while Bees wanted to end a series of three defeats in a series.

Chief Thomas Frank supported his front men to be fired again after Ivan Toney ended a mini-drought against Manchester United in the middle of the week.

He said, “Of course I really believe in coaching the finish – although there’s also the simple thing called quality that’s very hard to teach.

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“Perhaps Mathias Jensen had two chances better than Marcus Rashford on Wednesday – but he put it in the top corner. Matty tried to pass it on.

“I’m glad I saw Ivan on the scoreboard against Manchester United again – we know offensive players and goal scorers need that goal. If this does not happen, it can be difficult to continue.

“So it was very important to him and the team, and after getting Covid, he looked back to his usual standard.

“Ivan is a confident man and a player, he will always believe in himself, but everyone in life is a little more confident when one is in the flow where everything is on its way.

“Bryan Mbeumo is adapting very well to the Premier League and has been almost unplayable against Manchester United at times.

“He has huge potential to develop into a top player and is still only 22 years old. He has a lot of room for maneuver, he has all the abilities to score more goals.

“I think he hit the tree seven times this season. Three of them even come in, and all of a sudden it’s a good season for a promoted team.

“I think Bryan is high quality and can improve with his workouts – and I’m 100 percent sure we’ll reach a peak in the future.

“I honestly think if we talk about Bryan again next season, we’ll see something different and better.

“And that’s why I don’t feel like we have to go out and buy a striker to increase our goals. We have strikers in Ivan, Bryan and Yoane Wissa who can score in the Premier League.

“For us, perhaps the more collective thing is to create enough opportunities as a team to help the strikers.

“We have a strong enough team to compete in the Premier League and we’ve shown that so far and then on Wednesday night against Manchester United in the first 60 minutes.

“We have seen what this group of players can do. I think it would bring one or two players energy and extra awareness to the team – but that’s not essential, not at all. ”

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