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Posted Wednesday, October 2nd 2019

Photo report: Brentford v Bristol City

Relive the action from the Robins' 1-1 away draw versus Brentford.

Andreas Weimann scored a late header - his second goal in as many games - to secure the draw, after Josh Dasilva fired the Bees in front at Griffin Park.

The 1-1 result means City are now unbeaten in their last nine league outings before returning to Ashton Gate to face Reading on Saturday (October 5th, 3pm KO).

Dan Bentley prepares to face his former club
Brownhill's free kick is deflected, David Raya saves comfortably
Kasey Palmer goes closest to scoring first but Raya produces a strong one-handed save
Captain Josh Brownhill gets stuck in
Weimann points to the packed away end as he celebrates his equaliser
And slides on his knees to celebrate with Niclas Eliasson

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