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Brentford’s Premier League rollercoaster has taken another twist this weekend as the Bees picked up a thrilling 3-3 draw with Liverpool.

Neither Brentford or Liverpool did much defending in Northwest London as four second half goals secured an even share of the spoils at full time.

Both teams looked to go front foot forward right from the off in this one as Brentford defender Ethan Pinnock forced home Sergi Canos’ cross before Diogo Jota nodded home to level it up just before the break.

But the end-to-end madness showed no signs of relenting after the restart as Mo Salah tucked home 5th goal of the season.

But despite the setback, Brentford hit back once again with 20 to go as Vitaly Janelt bullied home a second equaliser as Pontus Jansson’s effort crashed back off the bar.

However, any chance of catching a breath in the final minutes was blown to bits as Reds star Curtis Jones stepped inside to blast Liverpool back in front.

But there was still time for one final sting in tail as Shandon Baptiste’s cross caused a scramble at the Liverpool back post and substitute Yoann Wissa chipped home past Alisson.

Full Time from the Brentford Community Stadium it’s Brentford 3-3 Liverpool

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