Three goals in ten second-half minutes decided Saturday's West London derby against QPR. Neal Maupay headed The Bees ahead, an advantage which was held until the interval. However, Massimo Luongo, Joel Lynch, and Nahki Wells struck before the hour to change the complexion of the game. Henrik Dalsgaard pulled one back late on but the home side held on to record a first derby win in six. Here's all the reaction from the weekend's game
Thomas sees areas for improvement
After failing to build on last weekend's victory over Millwall, Thomas identified the areas which he wants to see his side improve on over the international break.
Watch Thomas's post-match interview in full HERE
Henrik calls for better from the group
Both Neal Maupay and Said Benrahma were stretchered off during the game. After the match, Thomas had an update on the pair of them.
Neal Maupay suffered a concussion at the end of the first-half as will be assessed over the coming days— Brentford FC (@BrentfordFC) November 10, 2018
Said Benrahma has rolled his ankle, the full extent of the injury is not known yet#BrentfordFC pic.twitter.com/C479Ggo6GU
It was a first derby defeat in six matches, stretching back to March 2016.
Read our take on the game HERE
The Match in Pics
Take a look at the best pics from the match HERE