Date: 12th August 2017 at 9:39pm
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Andreas Bjelland has been giving his thoughts on defeat to Nottingham Forest yesterday and he knows when you score three times at home you really should be taking all three points.

Hosting Mark Warburton’s new side at Griffin Park for the game, Brentford went down four three on the day and speaking to the Official Site in his own post game press conference, a disappointed Bjelland explained.

‘It was a disappointing result. When you score three goals at home, you need to win. We didn’t so of course right now we are really disappointed with the result and it was just a bad day. I can’t use the goal for anything right now, we still lost, that’s two now, and we just need to get back on track. We have a game again on Tuesday and we need to win that.’

With over 10,000 in attendance for the game, Bjelland went on to thank the fans for their backing even though it wasn’t the result anybody had wanted.

‘They proved again today they are an amazing crowd to have out there supporting us, even though we were down for most of the game. I think we played a good first half and we saw that reflected in the support as well. We gave two stupid goals away just before half time as well, but there was some great support out there today. There are still a lot of games to go, so we just need to stay positive. We had an amazing pre-season and did some good things. I think we showed, especially in Sheffield, that we should have won that game. Today they scored two really incredible goals, but as I say when you get three at home you should win.’

With Bristol City next up at Griffin Park on Tuesday, he went on to say that the players were pleased to have another quick opportunity to get all three points and a win.

‘The good thing about this league is there is a game again on Tuesday. We need to look at this game today and see what we can earn from it as a team. The second half wasn’t good enough today, so we need to learn and bounce back pretty fast.’

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