Nottingham Forest conceded a late Matt Phillips goal to stop them picking up their first three points of the season, against promotion candidates West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday night.
In a tweet by Nottingham Forest, the club shared a video of the Tricky Trees bench reaction to the game, with the substitutes living every second of the action on the pitch from the side lines.
???? Pure passion.
— Nottingham Forest FC (@NFFC) August 10, 2018
Aitor Karanka’s side deserved their lead, with Adlene Guedioura’s deflected effort finding the back of the net from around 25 yards – one of Forest’s 20 shots on the night.
Forest lived dangerously, with Baggies substitute and new signing Dwight Gayle hitting the woodwork twice, but the game was to finish all square as Nottingham Forest still pursue their first victory of the season.
The video of the players just shows the close-knit squad mentality that Aitor Karanka has passed onto his players for this season.
Forest have gone into the season as possible favourites to gain promotion to the Premier League, following the signing of a number of new players this summer.
The passion shown could just be enough to guide this Nottingham Forest side through the season to success, but they will need to hold onto to and pick up more wins along the way.
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