Brentford v Wolves, coming to a cinema screen near you – The Athletic


They will make a Brentford v Wolves movie one day. Spielberg’s only dilemma is which genre to choose.

Will it be the Brentford spy thriller Under Attack? The gripping story of how covert surveillance techniques caused an association football game to stop for 21 minutes.

Or the sluggish teardrop Adios Adama, the gooey tale of a bright, toned Adonis breaking hearts and bidding an emotional farewell with a parting gift of a goal…only for *spoiler alert* a cruel technological twist of fate for him refuse his sobbing swan song.

Perhaps the revenge sequel Capital Requital, which chronicles how Wolves deviously turned the tables on their London hosts, adopting the same time-wasting tactics that were used against them in the defeat a few months earlier.

Perhaps a slapstick parody remake of The NeverEnding Story, the story of one man’s hilarious inability to finish a football game. He removes the players, he brings them back, his equipment unfortunately breaks down, he distributes red cards, it’s… The (Peter) Bankes Job.

No football match can be truly unique, they will tell you. As a witness to Brentford 1-2 Wolves, The Athletic is here to report that the events of the afternoon of January 22, 2022 have never happened before and will never happen again.

3 p.m.

Fabio Silva kicks off. Nothing unfortunate in that.

3:17 p.m.

The fun begins. Jose Sa screams as he goes to the ground because someone stepped on his toe. It’s his teammate Leander Dendoncker. Wolves started to overtake Brentford Brentford.

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