GOALS from Portuguese duo Joao Moutinho and Ruben neves either side of Ivan Toney's volley meant the Bees succumbed to their fourth defeat in a row.

Play between Brentford and Wolves had to be halted twice in a bizarre first half.

First, a sickening clash of heads between Brentford team-mates Mathias Jensen and Rico Henry which left both bleeding heavily resulted in a lengthy stoppage and the use of concussion substitutes.

Then, a few minutes later, the players had to leave the field after what was announced as an “unofficial drone” hovered above the Community Stadium.

The Brentford and Wolves players eventually re-emerged after a 15-minute delay to warm up and restart the match at 3.49pm.

Wolves took the lead four minutes into the second half through a fine curler from Portuguese midfielder Joao Moutinho.

Richmond and Twickenham Times: Brentford's Ivan Toney celebrates his goal against WolvesBrentford's Ivan Toney celebrates his goal against Wolves

Ivan Toney equalised for the Bees with a fine far-post volley in the 70th minute.

However, the hopes of a point were was short-lived as Moutinho assisted his countryman Ruben Neves fired his side back in front with an effort from outside the area with 15 minutes remaining.

The game was almost wrapped up by the visitors as Adama Traore had a goal disallowed in stoppage time.

But it did not matter as Wolves won the match 2-1 and took the points back up to the Midlands with them.

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