Brentford Cruise Past Luton with Wissa Brace

Brentford secured a comfortable victory against Luton Town, with forward Yoane Wissa shining as he scored twice to propel his team to a 4-1 win. The result sees Brentford pull 10 points clear of the relegation zone with just four games left to play in the Premier League season.

Wissa opened the scoring in style, curling in a sublime effort from the edge of the box after a well-timed pass from Bryan Mbeumo. He doubled his tally just before half-time, capitalizing on Luton’s defensive lapse to slot home from close range.

Defender Ethan Pinnock extended Brentford’s lead with a header from a corner in the second half, before Keane Lewis-Potter added a fourth with a well-placed header. Substitute Kevin Schade rounded off the scoring for Brentford, while Luton managed a consolation goal through Luke Berry in injury time.

For Luton, the defeat adds to their woes as they struggle to find form and climb out of the relegation zone. Manager Rob Edwards expressed disappointment with his team’s performance, acknowledging Brentford’s superiority on the day.

In contrast, Brentford manager Thomas Frank praised his team’s dominant display, highlighting their recent momentum and strong performances in recent games. With the victory, Brentford can now look ahead confidently to another season of Premier League football, having secured their status with a comfortable win.

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