Joe Bryan played the role of a hero when he scored a double to help Fulham win after 120 intense minutes at Wembley.
This victory not only brought Fulham back to England’s highest playing field after a year of relegation. But also helps them to collect money up to 170 hundred million pounds. These include television royalties, jersey sponsorships.
Meanwhile, Brentford has reason to regret that he is very close to the first time in history to appear in the Premier League. He has had a very impressive season.
Brentford is the team that scored the most goals in the Championship. And in fact they also have the opportunity to win tickets directly to the highest playing field in England.
In the promotion play-off final, both Fulham and Brentford entered with determination to win. However, in 90 minutes of official game, both teams did not once penetrate the opponent’s net, forced to enter the match in extra time.
Entering extra time, Brentford actively played high, putting pressure but unfortunately, instead of scoring a goal, they let the opponent break the balance.
In the 106th minute, Joe Bryan was surprised when he launched a free kick that sent the ball straight into the net, opening the score 1-0 for Fulham. In this situation, goalkeeper David Raya made a mistake when he went up to catch the card.
Not stopping there, in the 118th minute, Joe Bryan continued to make a mark with the coordination phase with the team. Then he scored a goal to make it 2-0 for Fulham.
With a 2-0 lead, Brentford tried to rise but those efforts only helped them to shorten the score in stoppage time. Before accepting Henrik Dalsgaard’s 1-2 final defeat in the world’s most expensive match.