"You can't put in to words how you feel" says Troth after Brentford's historic win
Thursday, 17 November 2022
Brentford's Sophie Troth reacts to Brentford's win at the Gtech Community Stadium in front of record crowd
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Brentford Women’s midfielder, Sophie Troth admitted “I had a little cry”, after her sides emphatic and historic victory over Watford Ladies Development on Sunday at the Gtech Stadium.
The midfielder, on loan from QPR, starred for Karleigh Osborne’s team, netting the equaliser and setting up the fourth in a 4-2 win for the bees.
The hosts somehow found themselves 1-0 down at half time, with Chloe Logie and Kirsty Matthews being denied numerous times by Watford keeper Tia Ginn.
Sophie added, “At half time, we just needed to slow down, we had opportunities to score, but we said we needed to slow it down and play our football and hopefully the goals will come, and they did”,
The occasion itself was one to remember, 5,116 people attended the game on Sunday, which was a record for the level of football that Brentford play at. Sophie finished off by saying, “I had a little cry at the end, in the huddle with all the music going off. You really can’t put into words how you feel, it’s incredible and such a good opportunity, which hopefully we can do again.”