11 Touches, 1 Goal, 1 Key Pass: Arsenal loanee Jon Toral continues dazzling form

Griffin Park interior, Brentford

Arsenal youngster Jon Toral scored again for Brentford, along with Spurs youngster Alex Pritchard.

Arsenal teenager Jon Toral continued his superb run of form with a short yet effective cameo for Brentford.

Toral began Brentford's game at Griffin Park against Huddersfield Town on the bench, and was only brought on late in the 4-1 victory.

That did not stop him making an impact, scoring the fourth goal for Mark Warburton's side, adding to the hat-trick he scored against Blackpool last week.

Toral's goal came in injury time, with his shot from the edge of the penalty area one of only 11 touches he was allowed time on the pitch to make, also managing to create a goalscoring opportunity.

The former Barcelona trainee, who signed for the Gunners along with Hector Bellerin, recently turned 20, and now has six goals in the Championship.

His goal helped Brentford move up to sixth position in the table, although they could slip to seventh if Ipswich Town beat Leeds United on Wednesday evening.

Tottenham Hotspur youngster Alex Pritchard was also on the scoresheet in the victory, netting his eighth goal of the campaign.

The individual performances of Pritchard and Toral have been intriguing elements of Brentford's season, and whether the Bees manage to achieve promotion or not, both are showing signs they may be ready to play in the Premier League very soon one way or another.

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