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Onyeka Gets Very Good Rating In Brentford’s Shock Win Vs Arsenal

Onyeka Gets Very Good Rating In Brentford’s Shock Win Vs Arsenal 

Frank Onyeka got very good rating after his impressive performance helped Premier League new comers Brentford defeat Arsenal in the first fixture of the season.

The ratings was done by The Mirror and was for every Brentford player who featured.

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Brentford recorded their first top-flight win in 74 years after a shock 2-0 win against visiting Arsenal.

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Goals from Sergi Canos and Christian Norgaard secured the win.

Onyeka who joined Brentford from Midtjylland in the summer played for 80 minutes and got seven out of 10 for his impressive display.

And commenting on his display, The Mirror wrote :”Frank The Tank has a Premier League engine. Lively from the first minutes and covered every inch, giving the Gunners no wiggle room.”

Next up for Onyeka and Brentford teammates is an away trip to Crystal Palace next week Saturday.

Brentford player ratings vs Arsenal:

David Raya 7
Kristoffer Ajer 7

Pontus Jansson 7
Ethan Pinnock 8

Sergi Canos 8

Frank Onyeka 7
Christian Nørgaard 8

Vitaly Janelt 7

Rico Henry 7

Bryan Mbeumo 8

Ivan Toney 7

By James Agberebi

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 7
  • Very sharp in his touches and movement….he will do great things as the season goes on….I also foresee goals for him because of the advance role he is playing for Bredford….. Go Onyeka go…. you will conquer

     
  • JimmyBall 1 month ago

    @Dr.Drey… My comrade friend… how was your night… Lol? Goodmorning to you and all forumites… Meanwhile… Congrats to Onyeka for starting life in the EPL with aplomb. Cheers to all and one love…

     
  • Emmanuel 1 month ago

    @Jimmyball, you mentioned only Dr Drey,am here too ooo pls greet me.
    I, usually enjoy bantans and the gbas gbos,above all the sporty analysis from you guys .Weldone guys.
    Onyeka,was a delight to watch.His ball movement was fantastic.Though yet to fully integrate with the team,as he did not get much of the ball(which is a result of lack of trust yet from his team mates) but all of that will change from next match going by what he did yestaday.

    I am so glad for the way and manner he has adapted quickly to EPL,wish him injury free campaign.Haven said that he must improve on his tackles which can be rash sometimes.This is one area Ndidi is miles ahead.
    Be that as it may,Onyeka, is a great asset to the se and I pray God give him grace and strenght.

     
    • JimmyBall 1 month ago

      @Emmanuel my father’s namesake… more blessings to you brother. Some don’t know it here but it’s all for fun. Once we limit the yabbings to us members here no one should feel hard about it. We must desist from going towards our siblings and parents. If you hit my wife you hit me so it’s in order… You can even call me a gorilla and I will laugh if you are able to make it really funny and do a gorilla dance for you where I am sitting… It takes nothing from us… as Nigerians we all know we love our football fiercely and gaurd it jealously… even though we know we are not often the most organized about it like in all other sports… as Nigerians we see ourselves as some sort of super humans who must best others always… hahaha. One love brother Emma…

       
  • I think am falling in love with your last comment @Jimmyball.

    I read comments here to ease tension.

    God bless all those who have been maken some of us here laugh.

    Una wisdom will not disintegrate.

     
    • JimmyBall 1 month ago

      @Yinkus… Baba God bless you and have a funfilled football weekend.

       
  • Even football.london rated Onyeka highly on his maiden premier league match against a London opposition.

    Here is what they wrote:

    “Frank Onyeka

    Strong debut in his first match in English football. Box to box and didn’t give Arsenal’s midfielders a chance to settle. Looped an early header over the bar. 8”