48 minutes: "I'm not very close, but I'm following Brentford because my dad says he was a junior team manager during Ron Greenwood and Jimmy Hill," says Peter Gibbs. "I understand by telling you that other managers can discard this claim. On the other hand, my father also told me I should be Leyton Wingate's director, but the owner (?) Died on the golf course before doing so.
47 min: … Which is clear. Rather, there is a brilliant microphone somewhere in the ground that raises a Barnett fan or maybe a coach who screams – and I mean screaming – in the hosts.
Email! Here's Neil Butler: "Your earlier comment on Europe, who played the last count three times reminded me of this old sketch of the Big Train."
Some of the half-time big train for all of you. Wonderful.
45 minutes: There will be at least two minutes of added time. But Barnett does not want to be half-time. They were great as they lagged.
44 minutes: Mason-Clark entered behind Barnett on the right, but his interruption fell between three teammates. It was a chance.
43 minutes: Coulthirst makes a brilliant break, presses a long ball and then climbs to the end of it. Barbbet is doing brilliantly to get back and challenge the striker, and when the ball breaks against Taylor, he hits the ball.
41 min: Robson directs his effort from a distance but is tall and wide.
OBJECTIVE! Barnett 0-1 Brentford (Watkins 40)
And the team of the championship is at the top. Maupay was guilty of having kept the ball for a couple of minutes, but Watkins allowed him to fly for nearly 30 yards and saw his effort pass by Huffer and snapped in the lower corner.
38 minutes: Maupay selects Sweeney in his pocket and overcomes naked, but Barnet goes back to deny the striker.
37 minutes: The first yellow card of the game is Odubajo, who is to blame the opponent as Barnet break.
35 minutes: Here is the complete fifth round tie:
33 minutes: There is a pause while Tutonda receives some hammer treatment. It is good to continue.
30 minutes: Mason-Clark gets half the goal when Culler causes chaos in Brentford's defense. However, his shot is weak and Daniels meets.
29 minutes: – Do not look more than 64father "Gray Cup", the final meeting of the Canadian Football League season in 1976, when Ottawa Rough Riders faced Saskatchewan Roughriders, "Glenn Shepard writes." Ottawa has won 23-20! "
28 minutes: A glittering block from Alexander when the ball falls to Kanos on the edge of Barnett's box. This is the draw of the bowl.
27 minutes: This diminishes as a great chance for the hosts. It was a great rescue, but Sweeney would think he should not give him a chance.
26 min: … Sweeney meets him with a striking head that Daniels does wonderful to turn around.
25 minutes: Taylor is doing great to escape Robson's passage and reduce the goal. Clear. Angle to Barnett …
22 minutes: A stunning effort from Odubacho's tools retreated from the woodcarving! Brentford's wings cut their inside and bend a curve on the inside of the same post that Barbbett struck earlier. In fact, almost the same place. Again the ball penetrates the door and far away safely.
20 minutes: Yes Silva cuts in and punches – it's just Huffer's throat, and the goalkeeper is getting in on the awkward jump.
19 minutes: Johnson is cleared when Henry shoots another low cross. Barnett desperately needs to release the pressure.
17 minutes: Brentford has just begun to increase pressure. Rico Henry threatens to the left and takes some stirring in the back row of Barnett to clear it.
15 minutes: Maupay gets a foot on the ball, half a turn, in Barnet's box, but Sweeney quickly passes to stifle the danger.
14 minutes: All this is a bit shy, which will appeal to the excellent team.
11min: Kanos's passage to Maupai is hunched, but only for an instant or two later Sweeney throws a dangerous title from Watkins.
9 minutes: … My word, how is it left? Watkins delivers to a nearby post where Barber moves his head. The effort crushes the interior of the nearby post and moves away on the road to safety.
8 minutes: … Barbet hits his first effort on the wall, then sees his subsequent work diverting to the corner of Brentford …
7 minutes: Watkins is pulled out of the edge of the Barnett area by Robson. Very dangerous position …
6 minutes: "Bristol City vs. Swindon – Robins vs. Robins," said Don Blandford. Is there a land called the nest or the like?
5 minutes: Barnet started working well here. Elito stood on a cross, but was too close to Daniels.
4 minutes: Elitto seems to slip down on the left side of Barnett but has been overtaken by Consa.
1 minute: – Millwall vs. Giselle? "says Michael Watson. – Lions against the lions in the day. – Yes, absolutely. Meanwhile, Barnett started on the front leg and had an early angle …
Players go from the tunnel to the guitar intro of Sweet Child Of Mine.
The fact that it is bees who face bees in the hive is obviously pleasant – I break my brain to think of any other nickname or alias of [insert apt ground] examples, but I have nothing. Please help: [email protected]
"The European Countdown" explodes in "Kosher". One of my colleagues in the Guardian Towers once went to see Europe live in conversion and they played The Final Countdown three times that always seem to me) lively and b) absolutely understandable.
The winner of this game faces a trip to Swansea in the fifth round.
Finally is the time for equality (at least in one level): Bees in bees in the hive.
It's been 10 years since these countries were in the same division, but the last time the teams met a little more than seven years ago and also came in a ball race with Barnett who dropped Brentford from the JPT in penalties after 0 : 0 Underhill.
And just for the belts and staples, historic fanatics, Barnett was never – NEVER – were Brentford within 90 minutes. However, they had never defeated Sheffield United before, and they happily chased Blades in the third round with a superb performance at Bramall Lane.
While Barnett provided one of the shocks in the circle, Brentford pressed the League of Oxford past thanks to Neil Mopai's later punishment at Griffin Park. This game, however, has proved to be the first of three matches, and Thomas has not lost since December 15th.
This pushed Brentford out of the championship zone, so it was the 17th in the National League against the 18th in the Championship tonight – a 70-league gap in my number.
It may be very interesting. The beginning is at 7.45 GMT but before that, come join me for the fifth round of the FA Cup.