A score of 445 points was enough for Henry Ivey to win Fanscore gameweek five and move up into the top ten of the overall league table after yesterday's 2-0 defeat at Ipswich Town.
The Bees dominated the first-half but fell behind ten minutes before the break as the ball deflected kindly into the path of Martyn Waghorn to finish from close range. It was 2-0 shortly after the break as Joe Garner's header just crossed the line from a Town corner.
Three Fanscore entrants correctly predicted the 2-0 scoreline while 17 supporters chose Martyn Waghorn as the game's first goalscorer. A further 29 users went for 1-0 to The Tractor Boys as the half-time score but no fans correctly plucked the first goal time of 34:10.
However, Henry Ivey was within ten seconds of that first goal time earning himself 350 points which helped him to win the weekly prize. His score of 445 was 102 points better than Darren Anderson, David Godfrey, Johnny Carroll who shared second place on the week.
There's no change at the top of the overall leaderboard with Jack Anderson maintaining his commanding lead ahead of Mark Allerton in second and Nick Outred in third. Henry's weekly win moved him up to fifth in the overall league table with Johnny Carroll rising to seventh.
FanScore allows fans to play against friends and family in mini-leagues on our Smartphone app with points awarded for predicting the half-time and full-time match scores, plus the first goal scorer and time, and the Man of the Match. The app, which was launched last season, means you can stay in touch with Brentford wherever you are with with the latest news, scores, tables, interviews, highlights, and much more all in one place.