Super Eagles midfielder, Frank Onyeka was in action as Brentford lost 2-1 to Aston Villa in Sunday’s Premier League game.

The Nigerian international, who was making his 15th appearance thus ongoing season, has bagged one assist for the club.

Onyeka came on as a substitute for Mikkel Damsgaard in the 68th minute.

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Keane Lewis-Potter opened the scoring for the hosts at the end of the first half, shooting through a crowded penalty area after Villa failed to clear a corner from the left.

But the game turned when Mee was sent off in the 71st minute for diving in and catching Leon Bailey on the ankle.

Villa took advantage of the one man down as Bailey’s cross was headed in at the back post by Alex Moreno for an equaliser, before Watkins headed in an 85th-minute winner from Boubacar Kamara’s flick-on.

The defeat means Brentford sit 12th on 19 points while Aston Villa sit second on 38 points.

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