Bristol City did extremely well to manage a draw against Brentford last night, with the game finishing 2-2.
Former Preston man Josh Brownhill scored the opener after a defensive mistake from the home side allowed Famara Diedhiou to find him on the edge of the box and power into the bottom right corner.
Ollie Watkins then headed in a second half equaliser before Neal Maupay looped in a ball over Frank Fielding to give the home side the lead.
The equaliser then came in the 98th minute of the game, after Nathan Baker launched a volley at goal, which ended in a goal mouth scramble allowing Bobby Reid to slam home a late equaliser.
This was despite an incredible amount of pressure from Brentford, who undoubtedly deserved a win after their stunning attacking display, and plenty of shots on goal.
Here’s what Bristol City fans had to say on Twitter following the result….
£5m signing Bobby Reid looks good value. Young Famara still a work in progress though, maybe loan him to a Swedish team?#BristolCity
— Tony Darwall (@TonyDarwall) August 16, 2017
Just got in from Brentford away, bruises cover my legs, hips and sides but I'd do it all over again in a heartbeat, you reds. #BristolCity
— Ted (@TedsTastyTips) August 16, 2017
— Lewis Stone (@stoneyboyo) August 15, 2017
If we can add some steel and nous to our obvious qualities, we can push top half comfortably. #bristolcity
— Only Bristol City (@onlybristolcity) August 15, 2017
Well I'm back home with City having got a point more than we deserved.
— Charlie Hicks (@CharlieHicks90) August 15, 2017
Bobby Reid #BristolCity league goals:
4️⃣ in 2017-18 (261 mins)
3️⃣ in 2016-17 (1738 mins)#BobbyDazzler ⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️????
— Goodbrand Stats (@StatsChristian) August 15, 2017
Getting a point out of a game where it sounded like we were getting battered. Can't complain #BristolCity ????⚪????⚪
— Mark Howe (@MarkHowe95) August 15, 2017
How we knicked a point I don't know but that terrace when Bobby scored was bouncing #BristolCity
— Josh Costello (@JoshCostello17) August 15, 2017
Bobby Reid may have rescued a point but Frankie Fielding well and truly kept us in that game. Good point for us #BristolCity
— Tommy Ford (@T83mmy) August 15, 2017
— Eyal Blokervitch (@EyalBlokervitch) August 15, 2017
Bristol City fans… What do you make of this? Did you deserve a point last night? Let us know in the comments below,