Pontus Jansson drops F-bomb live on TV after Brentford's stunning Championship play-off win over Bournemouth

Pontus Jansson drops F-bomb live on TV after Brentford's stunning Championship play-off win over Bournemouth

AN emotional Pontus Jansson dropped the F-bomb live on Sky Sports after Brentford's emphatic play-off win.

The Bees came from two goals behind to book their spot at Wembley following a dramatic 3-1 victory over Bournemouth.

Jonathon Woodgate's side extended their aggregate lead early on before Ivan Toney tucked home a penalty to restore the deficit.

Bournemouth's Chris Mepham then received a straight red and the hosts took full advantage with Vitaly Janelt and Marcus Forss sealing the victory.

Around 4,000 fans piled into the stadium to watch the drama unfold and emotions were running high throughout.

None more than Brentford captain Jansson who couldn't hide his delight at the full-time whistle.

Over the noise of a rapturous crowd, Jansson told Sky Sports: "This is football, I’ve missed it so much. Football without fans is nothing. I’m so f***ing happy.

"There's a lot of emotions of course. We conceded a crazy goal on the counter-attack but we stayed in the game.

"We kept our cool. Of course we haven't done anything yet, we now have to win the final.

"But we can be happy."

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The crowd noise meant Jansson's blooper was barely audible to viewers but reporter Jonathan Oakes was forced to apologise at the end of the interview.

Oakes said: "I know we're struggling to hear each other over the crowd noise but you just swore then so we have to apologise for that."

Jansson then smiled and added: "Sorry, the emotions are running high."

Brentford will now face either Swansea or Barnsley in the final on May 29.

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