Others slammed the interview. However, some fans were positive and felt it should happen more often.
“Great half-time interviewing. Short, sweet and something we don’t often see. Would like more of this,” said @NiallAFC1886. @ebroglio8 observed: “Don’t see why anyone would have a problem with this but it seems a lot of people do.”
It remains to be seen if clubs will allow similar interviews in future, although Brentford appeared to be open to the idea. This was a good evening for Frank’s side as they moved above Liverpool into eighth with three points against the struggling Bournemouth.
Toney opened the scoring from the penalty spot after winning the spot-kick himself. Mathias Jensen slammed home a second goal midway through the second half.