Adam Forshaw said Brentford were “pretty pleased” with a draw against AFC Bournemouth.
The Bees drew 2-2 on the south coast with Harry Forrester scoring the equaliser.
Brentford took an early lead but Bournemouth were 2-1 ahead at half time and Adam admitted The Bees didn’t play well in the first 45.
But with Harry Forrester coming on early in the second half, Brentford could have won it at the end.
“We didn’t have the best start but got the goal and maybe should have been two up,” said the midfield player.
“They got the two goals, which was a killer.
“We didn’t play well at all in the first half; we’ll hold our hands up for that.
“We weren’t really on it in the first half.
“The manager changed the formation a little bit and made the sub, bringing Harry on.
“That really made the difference.
“In the circumstances we’re pretty pleased with a point.
“Maybe we were unlucky not to take the win in the end.”
Adam set up the first goal with a wicked free kick that flicked off a head and went in.
He said Harlee Dean was claiming a goal that had been officially given as a Simon Francis own goal.
“We are working on set pieces,” he said, speaking exclusively to Bees Player.
“We know we have good headers of the ball with Harlee Dean, Tony Craig, Jonathan Douglas, Clayton Donaldson and Farid El Alagui.
“We know if the delivery is in there we will score goals.
“We need to do it.
“Harlee is claiming the goal, we’ll watch the video.”
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