Brentford head coach Thomas Frank discussed his side's 2-1 victory against Bournemouth in the Premier League on Saturday, after Bryan Mbeumo and Yoane Wissa both scored late in the second half.

Frank admitted it was an "even" game but the Bees' win was "fair", as the west Londoners picked up three points in the penultimate game of the campaign.

“We were very, very good in so many ways. Bournemouth are a good team, a difficult team to play against," he explained.

“When I checked it before the game, both teams had scored 52 goals, we had conceded 60 and they had conceded 63 - all respect to Bournemouth, they’ve done really well - but that’s a good picture of our underlining performance.  

“We could or should have been up there if we had converted some of our chances and avoided some of them at the other end. 

“You can see that both teams are very even and it was an even game overall. I would say we still edged it, not only with the win but throughout different situations. It was a fair win. 

“And we scored two unbelievable goals. Wow.” 

Nathan Collins was forced off in the final stages of the game, leaving the Bees with 10 men in added time, and Frank issued an update on him, as well as Frank Onyeka and Neal Maupay, with neither of them included in Saturday's squad.

On Collins, he said: “We need to assess him, I hope it's nothing serious in any way. The doctors and the physio said that we should be cautious here. Fingers crossed it is nothing serious."

On the absence of Frank Onyeka and Neal Maupay, Frank added: “Frank picked up a minor injury in training yesterday. 

“Maupay has gone to France because his wife was giving birth to their second child, so I hope everything went well.”

The Brentford boss also praised the travelling fans who enjoyed the win, and joked that the idyllic nature of the victory was all planned out.

He joked: “We arranged everything for them! Beautiful sun, down by the beach, free-flowing beer, and a win - what more can you ask for?”