Premier League: Brentford defeats Wolves 2-0; Watford puts three past Norwich

Brentford has lost just one of its opening five matches in its first season in England's top division since 1947.

Brentford's Toney (No 17) earned a penalty himself when he was bundled over by Marcal as they grappled in the area at a corner. The striker got up, took a nonchalant run-up, and rolled his spot kick into the bottom corner in the 28th minute,   -  REUTERS

Ivan Toney scored a penalty and set up a second goal for strike partner Bryan Mbeumo in Brentford's 2-0 win over Wolverhampton on Saturday, maintaining the promoted team's impressive start to its first season in the Premier League.

Brentford was forced to hold on for victory with 10 men following the 64th-minute sending-off of Shandon Baptiste at Molineux.

The club from southwest London has lost just one of its opening five matches in its first season in England's top division since 1947.

Watford beat Norwich City 3-1 away on Saturday to extend the Canaries' winless run to five Premier League matches, with Ismaila Sarr's second-half brace ensuring the visitors took away all three points.

The battle between the two promoted teams produced end-to-end action at Carrow Road, and the result leaves Norwich rooted to the bottom of the standings without a point.

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