Venue - Coles Park
White Hart Lane
1 Anthony Page
20 Ben Sampayo
3 Luke Foster
4 Andy Greenslade
5 Arthur Goncalves
6 Brendan Cavalier
7 Marcus Milner (Reynolds 64)
8 Billy Rees (Ogunbayo 85)
9 Brian Moses
10 Shad Ngandu (Georgiou 76)
11 Andrew Freeman
12 Lamar Reynolds
14 Harrison Georgiou
15 Jeffrey Gyamfi
16 Ife Ogunbayo
17 John Burgess
Despite another decent performance in a very entertaining match, Brentwood suffered another defeat that leaves them firmly entrenched in the Ryman North bottom three teams.
However, there were some encouraging signs for Brentwood with debutant goalkeeper Anthony Page looking confident and there was a return from injury for Lamar Reynolds and Harrison Georgiou, both of whom impressed coming off the bench in the second half, with Reynolds netting Brentwood’s second goal, his sixteenth of the season.
Brentwood’s attack was led by another new signing, striker Brian Moses, who had some much need height to the Brentwood forward line.
After a slow start the match came to life when Haringey’s Dean Fenton went clear and produced a clinical finish to put the home side ahead.
As Brentwood got more into the game, Marcus Milner and Moses had efforts on target but Shad Ngandu had the visitors best chance of the half three minutes before half time. The midfielder got through and rounded Borough keeper Harry Palmer but could not control his shot that went wide of the open goal.
Brentwood equalised in the second half with a goal of true quality started by a pinpoint pass from centre back Arthur Goncalves to Andy Freeman, who cut in from the left before placing a right foot shot into the corner of the goal.
But Haringey regained the lead in the 76th minute with a stunning volley by Anthony Macdonald into the roof of the net from the edge of the penalty area.
It was 3-1 to Haringey in the 80th minute when Ralston Gabriel’s overhead kick was deflected into goal.
Brentwood continued to create chances and pulled a goal back in the 85th minute when Reynolds tapped in at the far post after good approach work by Andy Greenslade on the right.