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Brentford are already demonstrating a canny edge in the Premier League
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Brentford's Sergi Canos has appealed for the return of his shin pads after they were mistakenly given to someone in the crowd following the 3-3 draw against Liverpool.
The Bees winger says he left his shin pads on the touchline and they were then given away by a security guard after the six-goal thriller in West London.
Canos - a former Liverpool youth player - said: "Guys please I left my shin pads on the touch line and some security guy gave them away to you.
"They are very personal with my family pictures. Can someone help me find them? I will give you boots or shirts instead."
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Trent Alexander-Arnold and Roberto Firmino could return for Liverpool in Saturday's Premier League trip to Brentford. Firmino has not featured since suffering a hamstring injury against Chelsea on August 31 while Alexander-Arnold missed the last two games due to illness. © Getty Trent Alexander-Arnold and Roberto Firmino are back in training James Milner and Neco Williams have also returned to training ahead of the trip to Brentford Community Stadium, live on Sky Sports, but Naby Keita could miss out along with Thiago Alcantara.
Canos impressed as Brentford continued their superb start to life in the Premier League, securing their ninth point from their opening six games with Saturday's draw.
They finished the game with a higher expected goals rating than Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool, not 18 months since the Reds won the Premier League title.
"They deserved their three goals and deserved a point," Klopp said. "They could have scored one more, we could have had four or five more."
Canos is one of Brentford's longest-serving players, having signed for the club in 2017 from Norwich City for his second spell. He initially joined the Bees on loan from Liverpool's academy in 2015.
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Yoane Wissa scored a dramatic late winner for Brentford as they beat West Ham 2-1 and continued their impressive start to Premier League life. It was hard to know who were the newly-promoted side and who were playing in Europe as Brentford pummelled West Ham in the first half, grabbing a deserved lead when Bryan Mbeumo's strike was awarded by the goal-line technology on 20 minutes. © Getty Yoane Wissa celebrates his stunning late winner at West Ham West Ham responded after the break and Jarrod Bowen's pure, half-volleyed finish drew them level with 10 minutes remaining.