Two goals in six second-half minutes consigned Brentford to defeat at home to Middlesbrough on Saturday evening, despite a first home goal for Alan Judge since February 2016.
Thomas feels his side are losing the key moments in games
Head Coach Thomas Frank was disappointed with his side's narrow defeat to Middlesbrough in the Sky Bet Championship. The 45-year-old thought his team dominated the majority of the match but called for more focus in the key moments.
Alan Judge says he's still adapting after his return from injury
The Irishman's 75th minute strike ended a 1,002 day wait for a home goal as he made just his second league start of the campaign. After his long injury lay-off, Alan said he's still adjusting to The Bees new style but hopes Saturday's performance and goal can be the start of a good run in the team.
Welcome back, boys!
Saturday's game saw two long-term absentees return for their first action of the season.
It was just a second home defeat of the campaign. Read our take on the game HERE
The Match in Pics
Take a look at the best pics from the match HERE
This season, Brentford fan and BBC Foreign News presenter, Stuart Hughes, has been recapping the weekend's events, using live commentary, post-match reaction, and fan input, in an audio podcast entitled Bees Bulletin. Check out Saturday's edition below