Tariqe Fosu’s side Brentford FC for the first time in the club’s history has made it to the domestic Cup semi-finals.
Brentford FC hosted the Premier League club, Newcastle United in the Carabao Cup Quarterfinals on Tuesday and defeated them by 1-0.
The home side had a host of chances in the first half but failed to make any of them count.
However, in the second half, Newcastle had an early chance to take the lead but unfortunately, Wilson nodded the ball over the post from Frazer’s inviting cross.
Tariqe Fosu played a key role in his side’s victory as he sent in a cross in the 55th minute which Hayden smuggled to clear and half-hearted appealed for a handball but was not given.
Josh Dasilva’s goal in the 66th minute separated the two sides at the end of the game.
Tariqe Fosu earned a second international call up for the Black Stars African Cup of Nations doubleheader against Sudan last month.
Brentford FC will face off either Manchester City, Arsenal, Everton, Manchester United, Stoke City or Tottenham Hotspur who are yet to play in the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup in the semi-finals.
Source: Larry Yamoah Antwi