Mohamed Salah's big Liverpool moment spoilt by brilliant Bees

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Brentford 3-3 Liverpool: Thomas Frank was delighted with his 'fantastic performance'

The match was described as "crazy", "wild" and "wild ride" by Brentford, who saw his newly promoted side draw twice with Liverpool, title-challengers.

Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool boss, said that "that's football."

After Curtis Jones seemed to have secured victory for Liverpool, the Brentford Community Stadium hosted a thrilling encounter that was both topsy-turvy and memorable. The hosts won a dramatic late equaliser.

Alan Smith, an ex-Arsenal and England striker, was impressed. He stated on Sky Sports that Brentford could do the same to Liverpool. "They can do it to anyone," he said.

Thomas Frank, Brentford manager, said that they went toe-to–toe with one the most elite teams in Europe.

His players performed a lap of honour at half-time. The fans sang long after the whistle blew and Brentford goal scorer Vitaly Janelt was stunned.

"I don't know if enjoy is the right word. Klopp said that it was an exciting ride. "Brentford was right to get a point. It's okay to accept it if you play this type of football.

"It's what our dreams for as children"

Ethan Pinnock started his football career in non-league football

In League One seven years ago, Brentford was playing.

Ethan Pinnock was the centre-back and opened the scoring. He started his non-League career with Dulwich Hamlet, Forest Green Rovers, and later joined the League.

Klopp also said that goalkeeper David Raya could have the shirt with number 10, but he was actually on loan from Southport six years back.

It was an amazing game. Raya said that they went toe-to–toe. "Liverpool had their moments, but we played really well. We were solid. It was also a great match for neutrals."

Alan Shearer, a former England striker, said to BBC Match of the Day that Brentford were brave and intelligent and caused Liverpool all sorts of problems. Their game plan worked perfectly.

Janelt said to Sky Sports, "We drew three against Liverpool, it is what we dream about as children." We said before the game that we would do our best against Liverpool, one of the top teams in the world. Now we draw 3-3.

Jamie Redknapp, a former Liverpool midfielder, said that there was a connection between the Brentford players and added that they "play with guts".

Redknapp stated to Sky Sports that "so many teams come up and want to play the best game, they want outplay Liverpool."

It is unlikely that it will happen. You have to find a way to win, get results. This is why I admire what they do.

Marcus Gayle, an ex-Brentford striker, said: "This has been in development for the past five or six years. This brand of football is more appropriate for the Premier League than the Championship.

Overshadowed by Salah's milestone of 100 goals

Mohamed Salah scored 100 goals for Liverpool in 151 Premier League matches

Mohamed Salah, who is also living the dream and continues to set records as one Liverpool's most dangerous goal scorers, was not impressed by Brentford's performance.

With his 100th Premier League goal, he scored Liverpool's first goal to make it 2-1.

After being given the ball cleanly, Salah chipped over the bar and scored. Klopp later admitted that Salah would love to score 101 goals.

Salah scored his goal in Liverpool's 151st league match - making him the first player to reach 100 goals in as many appearances as any other Liverpool player.

Only Alan Shearer (124 games), Harry Kane (138), and Sergio Aguero (147) have achieved 100 Premier League goals in fewer appearances.

Sky Sports' Jordan Henderson, Liverpool captain, said that it was an "incredible moment". "He's been amazing since he joined the club."