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Daily Star|February 15, 2021
Frank sees unbeaten run ended
IAN BAKER

BRENTFORD 0

BARNSLEY 2

THOMAS FRANK refused to get too down in the dumps despite seeing Brentford’s 21-match unbeaten league run go up in smoke.

The Bees were beaten for the first time since October as Conor Chaplin and Carlton Morris earned Barnsley a shock victory.

It also meant Brentford have now failed to win a Sunday fixture in their last six attempts as they failed to regain top spot from Norwich.

But boss Frank said: “It was inevitable it would happen. We’ve been so consistent and so good. There was no lack of effort.

“We hoped we would go one more game, one more game, one more game. But we know in this league you can lose to every team if you are not at the highest level.

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