Cooper sees one point as better for the Foresters than Brentford.

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Forest football manager Steve Cooper considers the team’s one point earned in a 1-1 draw with Brentford to be much better for them than their opponents.

In the game, Forest defender Moussa Niakate was sent off with two yellow cards for foul play. Until the team lost a free kick in the 58th minute. Leading to Brentford’s lead at Christian Orgaard headed into the goal UFABET

However, the undermanned Jungle equalized in the 65th minute through a header from Nicolas Dominguez.

“There are many things that need to be assessed. I think we started the game much better. We play good football. and go to a good area. The frustration is that we didn’t create enough chances when we got into good areas.”

“Brentford didn’t pose much of a threat to us. We didn’t start the second half very well. And there are many personal mistakes. This led to a free kick being conceded and a goal for Brentford.” Cooper

“Then it’s a different game, you’re 1-0 down with 10 men. But when you think about it we got back in the game get competition results. So it turned out to be a much better point for us than Brentford’s.”

Building a team through connections between players on the team who have been together for a long time. with buying players to develop the team in a short time Which one will work better? Wait to prove it in the game between Nottingham Forest and Brentford this Sunday, October 1 at 8:00 p.m.