Derby County leapfrogged Brentford into the Championship playoff places after defeating them 3-1 on Saturday.
Frank Lampard’s side got off to the worst possible start when Henrik Dalsgaard netted with just a minute played.
But Derby’s dominance began to show and they levelled through Harry Wilson in the 14th minute.
David Nugent and Mason Mount then netted shortly after to give Derby the victory.
Brentford would have been ecstatic with their start but they threw away their lead in rather bizarre circumstances.
The Bees had a corner and could have doubled the lead had Said Benrahma put in a decent ball.
Benrahma had actually assisted Brentford's opener with a set-piece.
But this time his corner led to Derby equalising. The Algerian attempted a dangerous low pass to a teammate, which was easily intercepted by an opposing player.
The Rams then broke and ended up levelling through Wilson.
Take a look at the corner below:
Worst corner of all time, anyone? Benrahma will definitely not want to watch that one back.
That was a beautiful counter attack by Derby, though.
It also brings back memories of Iago Aspas’ corner for Liverpool against Chelsea in 2014; although his pass to Willian didn’t end up in a goal.
Frank Lampard would not have cared, though, and he was delighted with his team’s performance.
"On a personal note, at home and in the workplace, it's a nice finish to the week," Lampard said after the game, per Derbyshire live.
"I'm delighted with today, because however happy you are at home, and that is nice, when you come to work, you want to perform. It's not me performing, it's the lads out there today and I thought they were outstanding.
"At home, against one of the top teams in the division, you go 1-0 down with a sloppy start, but to react like that, the crowd, the players, they were sensational for 30 or 40 minutes of the first half.
"Against a team with the quality of Brentford, you have to accept there will be difficult moments.
"We had to do the dirty, nasty side of the game - and I thought we did that very well.
"We worked hard and didn't really give them too many chances. We showed both sides of our game."News Now - Sport News