Arsenal loanee Jon Toral found the scoresheet for Brentford again, sparking a 3-1 away win over Nottingham Forest.
The west London club took advantage of Forest's poor form, with Toral opening the scoring with a strike from inside the edge of the penalty area after the ball had broken loose.
The Gunners pushed hard to sign him from Barcelona at just 16, and he went onto lose almost a season of his development through injury.
Now 19, Toral is on his first loan spell away from the Gunners, and is seizing the opportunity.
He had scored on his debut a week earlier in a 3-1 loss to Bolton after coming off the bench, and his place in the starting line-up was reward for the way he has instantly settled in.
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On the field for just an hour, Toral, created three goalscoring opportunities as well as getting on the scoresheet.
Playing on the right wing of a 4-1-4-1 formation, Toral's performance is anothe real plus for newly Brentford in their Championship season, currently sitting in ninth position.
He was not the only Premier League loanee to get on the scoresheet for the Bees, with Tottenham youngster Alex Pritchard converting a second half penalty to make it 3-0, before Michail Antonio pulled a goal back for the hosts.