BRADLEY Wright-Phillips reckons Brentford's promotion to the Championship is written in the stars.
The on-loan Charlton frontman came off the bench to bag a last-gasp equaliser and earn a 2-2 draw in a game that saw four penalties and three red cards.
The result keeps the Bees third in the table, with their automatic promotion hopes still in their own hands heading into the final two games of the season.
“I'm one of those people who believes everything happens for a reason,” said Wright-Phillips.
“These late goals and the character we're showing, hopefully that's for automatic promotion.
“We showed against Portsmouth we've got character. We don't go out thinking we're going to lose.
“Even with nine men we thought we were going to get a chance, and we did.
“I was fishing for one, gambled and luckily it paid off.”
He added: “We wanted to make sure automatic promotion was still in our hands.
“But I feel a little bit disappointed because we're a better team than them and thought we should've won.”
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