FT: Bees 3 (da Silva, Mbeumo, Watkins) - 2 Millwall

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What a can you say about that. It’s why we love football.

Missed a pen, hit post, new CF broken on full debut, wall score with first real chance. 2.0 down, crowd getting restless.

All in all we weren’t that bad, pen goes in and we win 2 or 3.0. We just seemed to run out of ideas in the last third then with 20 left said wakes up and started tearing them apart, sure he did too much, sure he made a few bad decisions but he was taking it by the scruff of the neck.

A well taken goal, a brilliant equaliser then we get a good old fashioned 20 man brawl with wall fans trying to get their fat guts over the fence and onto the pitch.

Ollie W had an absolute mare, missed a pen, hit the corner flag, fly kicked at the far post, gave a penalty away, had a goal disallowed. If I knew how to do it I would have put a 100 quid on him getting the winner because that is the way football is.

No traffic on the way home because you all left early you silly buggers.

Season changer.
 

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Josh Da Silva has to start. There was a swagger to him that lifted us. Great cameo from Valencia, got in behind them. Game changer was us missing the penalty but Millwall lost their way after the scuffle. Football is so daft.
A swagger and quickness that Jensen just dose not have. Has to start
 

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A swagger and quickness that Jensen just dose not have. Has to start
Jensen is a quality player but the sum of all the parts isn’t quite right at the moment and JFS is a seriously talented young man, I agree.

Thought Kamo was good today as well.

Norgaard is an outstanding signing, top player, wins everything.
 

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To all you negative muggings. This is why you leave your negative dross until after the result!!!!

Get in
It’s funny really cos all the miserable buggers on here are all on my ignore list and have been for at least a year. People keep quoting them so I see their nonsense and it’s the same people all the time.

If you can’t enjoy today you deserve no place in football, this so what it is about, a rollercoaster.
 

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who **** would leave after the second goal! Brain dead
I didn’t leave early, but in all honesty at 83 minutes, I was feeling despondent and couldn’t see where a goal was going to come from, let alone 3. I wasn’t blaming those that had concluded it wasn’t going to be our day, as we hadn’t had the rub of the green, and weren’t looking purposeful in the second half up to that point. They should however be kicking themselves now. I never leave early.
 

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Follows the game from Florida. Unreal, wish I could have been there, amazing and will be remembered as one of the great comebacks. Be interesting to see how people view it in the overall context of the game.
 

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Go run up a big hill will you.

6 points off the play offs having failed to score in 7-8 games this season.
There's a rather large hill in Nepal. That should do the trick
 

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What a can you say about that. It’s why we love football.

Missed a pen, hit post, new CF broken on full debut, wall score with first real chance. 2.0 down, crowd getting restless.

All in all we weren’t that bad, pen goes in and we win 2 or 3.0. We just seemed to run out of ideas in the last third then with 20 left said wakes up and started tearing them apart, sure he did too much, sure he made a few bad decisions but he was taking it by the scruff of the neck.

A well taken goal, a brilliant equaliser then we get a good old fashioned 20 man brawl with wall fans trying to get their fat guts over the fence and onto the pitch.

Ollie W had an absolute mare, missed a pen, hit the corner flag, fly kicked at the far post, gave a penalty away, had a goal disallowed. If I knew how to do it I would have put a 100 quid on him getting the winner because that is the way football is.

No traffic on the way home because you all left early you silly buggers.

Season changer.
Like your last two sentences
 

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Pick the bones out of that result, Proper supporters don't leave early, I bet your pleased with yourself and your pathetic posts!!!!
Bit harsh, we left on 75 minutes as HB Jnr was getting cranky alongside I had wanted to avoid the daft crowds that were expected on the trains after 5pm coming back our way ( with Spurs, Chelsea and others at home, Extinction Rebellion and no doubt pro and anti Brexit protesters all looking to leave the Capital at approx the same time).

Had a good day despite the result at the point we left and looking forward to seeing the goals on tv later :cool:
 

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What a can you say about that. It’s why we love football.

Missed a pen, hit post, new CF broken on full debut, wall score with first real chance. 2.0 down, crowd getting restless.

All in all we weren’t that bad, pen goes in and we win 2 or 3.0. We just seemed to run out of ideas in the last third then with 20 left said wakes up and started tearing them apart, sure he did too much, sure he made a few bad decisions but he was taking it by the scruff of the neck.

A well taken goal, a brilliant equaliser then we get a good old fashioned 20 man brawl with wall fans trying to get their fat guts over the fence and onto the pitch.

Ollie W had an absolute mare, missed a pen, hit the corner flag, fly kicked at the far post, gave a penalty away, had a goal disallowed. If I knew how to do it I would have put a 100 quid on him getting the winner because that is the way football is.

No traffic on the way home because you all left early you silly buggers.

Season changer.
Like it
 

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The lads in front of me in Ealing Road left at about the 75th... but one of them had bet on 3-2. Not sure if I should laugh at 'em or be happy for 'em.

That said the first 80 were dire. We were better than Millwall but came away with nothing to show. Thankfully missed Millwall's first as I went for a burger, but we lacked any chance of finishing. Substitutions clearly made a huge difference and both those (and their obvious affects on the results, what with them both being goalscorers) should keep anyone chanting "Sacked in the Morning" and then celebrating like madmen quiet for once. Game deserved more, their goalie has to be MoTM, but we do need to finish better.

Either way banging result, am happy as can be.
 
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One of the boardroom regulars got 33/1 on us to win when we were 2-0 down. No, not him!
 

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I don’t get people saying we were garbage before we scored.

For me we were pretty good in the first and created a number of very good chances that unfortunately we squandered, The goal just before half time and Niks injury seemed to knock the stuffing out of us and admittedly we were labouring a bit at times, but I still felt we were the better team.
 

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I don’t get people saying we were garbage before we scored.

For me we were pretty good in the first and created a number of very good chances that unfortunately we squandered, The goal just before half time and Niks injury seemed to knock the stuffing out of us and admittedly we were labouring at times at times, but I still felt we were the better team.
Indeed. We thoroughly deserved that result today.
 

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Anyone got an opinion on leaders today. I thought Jeanvier stood out when some of the others looked beaten.
 

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I don’t get people saying we were garbage before we scored.

For me we were pretty good in the first and created a number of very good chances that unfortunately we squandered, The goal just before half time and Niks injury seemed to knock the stuffing out of us and admittedly we were labouring a bit at times, but I still felt we were the better team.
Indeed. We thoroughly deserved that result today.
Agreed. Should’ve been at least 2 up before they got a goal. First 30 minutes we were good.
 

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Yep. We looked class but the penalty save pricked our bubble. Frustration set in. Millwall were poor didnt tested our centre backs, i wouldnt say they bossed the midfield either. It looked like the easiest three points for them at one point
 
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I was in despair at halftime.

Really good incisive performance marred by poor finishing and excellent goalkeeping. 3-0 at the break would not have flattered us and some of their fans said the same.

Upset about missing the penalty and the shenanigans before it and so gutted for Karelis who looked the part and gave us balance for the first time this season.

The disallowed goal and their penalty set us back but we kept going and somehow the Gods smiled at us at last and our persistence effort and energy paid off.

Shout out for Said. He’s not in form but he kept at it and never gave them a moments peace.

This is a great boost but can we build on it?

Back to square one up front now but at least Mbeumo looked sharp.

A bit of luck too at the end when from 120 yards away it seemed that Jeanvier lamped one of their players in the melee after Raya got done.

Breathless, excited but confused.

Where do we go from here?
 

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I don’t get people saying we were garbage before we scored.

For me we were pretty good in the first and created a number of very good chances that unfortunately we squandered, The goal just before half time and Niks injury seemed to knock the stuffing out of us and admittedly we were labouring a bit at times, but I still felt we were the better team.
We were great in the first half. Utter garbage in the second until the last 10.
 

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One of the boardroom regulars got 33/1 on us to win when we were 2-0 down. No, not him!

Didn't have the courage to go the whole way so ended up backing the draw with 20 mins to go at 10-1. Was well happy on all accounts when Bryan knocked in the equaliser. However, was more than happy to realise I'd backed a loser when Ollie hit that winner :)
 

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Wanted to like this post but don't think you put enough haha's in there.

Good riddance to all those who did go home and missed out on a very special ending
 

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One of the boardroom regulars got 33/1 on us to win when we were 2-0 down. No, not him!
How many times has that boardroom regular told you about his losing bets?
 

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Absolutely gobsmacked to read on here how dire we was for 80 mins ! What game was you watching , we dominated and should have been 3-0 up at half time . We did not deserve to draw let alone to lose ! The celebrations at 3-2 were fantastic and absolutely deserved !
 

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Absolutely gobsmacked to read on here how dire we was for 80 mins ! What game was you watching , we dominated and should have been 3-0 up at half time . We did not deserve to draw let alone to lose ! The celebrations at 3-2 were fantastic and absolutely deserved !
Agree.
 

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Incredible scenes behind the goal....performance seemed a bit flat as we kept trying to walk it in up until 84th min....da silva surely has to start with his goal threat....managed to somehow injure my 6 year old in celebrating 2-2 and bring on tears but all was forgotten a few mins later!
 
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