Thomas Frank has gained reward for his Brentford squad following their promotion to the Premier League.
The Bees will play within the competition for the primary time subsequent season after beating Swansea 2-0 within the final of the play-offs.
Ivan Toney and Emiliano Marcondes scored to present them a snug win in entrance of 12,000 followers at Wembley.
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Brentford received off to a dream start as Freddie Woodman gave them a penalty 10 minutes in. Bryan caught Mbeumo within the field, permitting Toney to place the Bees within the lead with a kick from the assured shot.
Frank’s side made it two within the twentieth minute by way of Emiliano. After a quick counter attack, Mads Roerslev crossed for Emiliano. The 26-year-old beat Woodman with a finish for the primary time to place Brentford in a dominant place.
It was almost three shortly thereafter as Toney rushed the crossbar with an excellent half volley.
Brentford gave Swansea no path back into the sport, and the duty of their opponents was made much more tough within the second half.
Jay Fulton was proven a red card for a poor challenge on Mathias Jensen within the sixty fifth minute.
The bees stored Swansea within the bay to safe promotion, which will probably be made even sweeter after their defeat in last year’s final.
Reacting to the victory, Frank said Sky Sports activities (by way of BBC Sport): “I am fully empty on the moment. I do not know if I can describe it. It has been such a protracted journey.
“Issues have been tough …”
At that time Frank was taken away from his players for extra celebrations.
On his return, the Danish manager continued: “This group of players is wonderful. Everybody has played a big half on this.
“Somebody informed me that we’d like two fingers and 10 fingers to elevate the trophy and we now have made it on our tenth try.
“The sensation was calm and relaxed and ready to be ruthless. We did not speak about last year. We targeted on this.
“On the moment I need to get drunk and then fear in regards to the Premier League tomorrow!”
It has been a tremendous journey to west London. They had been occupied by present proprietor Matthew Benham in 2012, after they had been in League One.
He has nurtured a A really profitable ‘Moneyball’ method on the membership and assist fund new stadiums, making ready them for all times within the Premier League.