Claudio Ranieri claims Watford aren’t ready for “battle” after Brentford’s loss.

Claudio Ranieri claims Watford aren’t ready for “battle” after Brentford’s loss.

Watford manager Claudio Ranieri says his team must learn to fight for their Premier League status. After losing 2-1 at Brentford after surrendering twice in the closing six minutes.

Thanks to a header from Emmanuel Dennis midway through the first half. Ranieri’s side were six points clear of the relegation zone. Watford’s sixth defeat in seven league games came as a result of their inability to hold out. “It’s a blown chance,” Ranieri added. “We were well aware that this was a crucial match.”

“Some of my guys were not prepared for the battle, while the Brentford team was. Every scenario is a battle, and we must be more strategic.”

Brentford were still without talismanic striker Ivan Toney owing to a coronavirus positive test, but the Bees came back to win in a frantic finish.

From Marcus Forss’ flick on, captain Pontus Jansson blasted home his first goal for the club.

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Claudio Ranieri claims Watford aren’t ready for “battle”

Substitute Four minutes into stoppage time, Saman Ghoddos enticed William Troost-Ekong into a foolish challenge inside the box.

Bryan Mbuemo stepped up to the plate in Toney’s. Absence and calmly sent Daniel Bachmann the wrong way to give Brentford their second win in nine league games.

“It’s insane. This is the essence of football. These are the moments for which we have worked so hard to prepare “Thomas Frank, the Brentford manager, stated.

“With the injuries and Covid instances, it’s an incredible performance and three points. We tie in the 84th minute and still push for the win, which is incredible.”

Frank’s side has moved to ninth place, 10 points clear of the relegation zone, in their first season in England’s top league in 74 years.

If Burnley defeats West Ham on Sunday, Watford might be demoted.

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