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Brentford scored four fantastic goals as they inflicted a heavy 4-1 defeat on west London rivals Fulham.

Stuart Dallas scored two fine goals from outside the box to give Mark Warburton's side a 2-0 lead before Ross McCormack pulled a goal back from the spot.

Alan Judge secured the points in the final minute as he was fouled on the edge of the area. He dusted himself down and curled the ball in off the crossbar.

There was still time for Jota, scorer of a stoppage time winner against the same opposition, to add a fourth to secure another memorable result in what is a memorable season for Brentford, leaving Fulham and manager Kit Symons looking over their shoulder going into the final games.

Manager Mark Warburton hailed Dallas after his brace saying: “When we spotted Stuart playing in Northern Ireland he was training once a week and earning £70 a week, but we saw an energy and dynamism in him. In was very windy and driving with rain, but he never stopped running."

The Northern Ireland international dedicated the victory to the fans, who he described as incredible.

Fulham, on the other hand, were booed off and Kit Symons could understand their frustration at seeing their local rivals dish out a heavy defeat on their own turf.

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