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Gary Brazil welcomes selection headache as Nottingham Forest blitz Brighton

04/03/2017 17:00 0 Comentarios Lectura: ( palabras)

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Gary Brazil is looking forward to having another massive selection headache over the next few days, after seeing his Nottingham Forest side notch up a timely 3-0 win over promotion-chasing Brighton.

The Reds ended a frustrating run of four games without a win, while also restoring a six-point gap between themselves and the bottom three in the Championship table.

Forest return to action on Tuesday night when Brentford visit the City Ground and, after making five changes to his side ahead of kick-off against the Seagulls, Brazil admits there were numerous performances against Brighton that gave him food for thought.

Zach Clough netted twice after coming off the bench, either side of an opportunist goal from Ben Osborn, as Forest claimed a significant victory.

Clough's first goal, with his first touch after coming off the bench, saw him send the ball into the top corner from just inside the box ? although Brighton felt Britt Assombalonga had got the final touch, at a time when he had been in an offside position.

Clough's second goal came after another substitute, Ben Brereton, had been fouled in the box to earn a penalty, just six minutes after Osborn had pounced on an error from David Stockdale to prod into an empty net, in the final minute of normal time.

With Chris Cohen, Armand Traore, Jamie Ward and Hildeberto Pereira all playing well after being restored to the starting line-up, Brazil admits he has some tough choices to make prior to facing the Bees.

"We had players coming back into the team today who have not played too much football, in people like Chris Cohen, Armand Traore and Hildeberto Pereira. We are putting players in the team who are producing really good performances, " said Brazil.

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