After the success of Lewis Frampton reaching the Last 16 of the #UltimateQuaranTeam Cup last week, it's the turn of the pros to step up with David Raya representing us in the wonderfully named STAY INtertoto Cup.
Lewis' run was eventually ended by LOSC Lille's professional eSports player Stefano Pinna but not before he'd taken Bees fans through a whirlwind journey. Lewis was seconds away from twice going out in the First Round before he eventually prevailed 6-2 against Saint Mirren.
Finn Harps were swept away in the Second Round before more than 3,300 supporters tuned in to see Lewis dispatch Forest Green Rovers in the Round of 32. However, there was to be no fairytale for Lewis as former World Champion Pinna saw him off 4-0 in the Fourth Round.
Sorry lads he wasn’t world champion for no reason.. joke red card killed any hopes to try and nick one! Massive thanks to @BrentfordFC and all the fans it’s been a great experience certainly one I’ll never forget 🙌🐝🐝 #UltimateQuaranTeamCup— Lewis Frampton (@MrFrampton147) March 31, 2020
The eventual tournament winners were Wolverhampton Wanderers who beat FC Groningen 2-1 in Monday night's final. It was the Dutch side who had ended Pinna's campaign at the semi-final stage.
Now it is keen gamer David's turn to represent The Bees in a tournament open to professional footballers only. More than 40 teams have entered already with David's former Blackburn Rovers teammate Bradley Dack one of those in the running.
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Also representing the Championship will be the likes of Patrick Bamford (Leeds United), Cyrus Christie (Fulham), and Johnny Williams (Charlton Athletic).
Here are the teams who've already agreed to take part in the inaugural#STAYINtertotoCup— STAY INtertoto Cup (@LockdownFIFA) April 7, 2020
If your team isn't here, get tagging!
All the work that is going in to this is to raise money for the #NHS.
If you can spare any amount, please do;