Date: 27th August 2014 at 11:52am
Written by: Brentford Admin

A chance for Brentford to inflict even more misery on their opponents, and secure a morale boosting cup win, was missed on Tuesday night.

Brentford entertained a struggling Fulham side at Griffin Park on Tuesday night but some of the pressure on Fulham boss Felix Magath was lifted as they advanced with a 1-0 win.

The sides went into the half time break locked at nil-nil.

Up until the midway point of the second half the game remained deadlocked, but just after arguably Brentford’s best chance Chris David’s pass gave Fulham’s £11m summer signing Ross McCormack (68) the chance and he took this.

Fulham remain bottom of the championship table, and below us, but they’ll be in the league cup third round draw and not us with the Scottish international’s goal enough to secure them a one-nil win.

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