In a stunning turn of events, Brentford put a huge dent in Tottenham's European hopes when they staged a second-half comeback to win 3-1 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The match started off on a high note for Tottenham as Harry Kane fired them into the lead with an outstanding goal in the first half. Tottenham dominated the first half, with several close chances to extend their lead.

But Brentford was not ready to give up without a fight. They came back fighting in the second half, with the introduction of Mikkel Damsgaard proving to be a turning point in the game.

Bryan Mbeumo was the star of the show for Brentford, scoring a brace to give them the lead, with two well-taken finishes past Fraser Forster. Yoane Wissa then completed the comeback, scoring Brentford's third and final goal of the match.

Despite Tottenham's early lead and dominant first half, they were unable to keep up with Brentford's attacking prowess in the second half. As a result, Brentford's win moved them within one point of Tottenham, potentially knocking them out of European places.

The match was a disappointment for Tottenham, who had high hopes for a European spot this season. However

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