Brian opened the scoring near the end of the first overtime when he noticed a goalkeeper, David Raya, Brentford goalkeeper, waiting for a cross from a long distance, but took the free kick directly into the net.
The Spanish goalkeeper reacted slowly to Brian’s shot, but progress was due for coach Scott Parker, who was the best party for most of the match.
Brian decided the victory by scoring the second goal three minutes before the end of the second extra time, after he hit shortly after exchanging the ball with the substitute striker, Alexander Mitrovic.
Henrik Dalsgård narrowed the difference in the last moments, but there was insufficient time to level the tie for Brentford, who had been looking to appear in the Premier League for the first time, since 1947.
“I am not the champion,” Brian said as his teammates celebrated a quick return to the English Premier League, an achievement that would give the club about 135 million pounds ($ 176.34 million) over three years.
“Each of these players, all of the technical staff and the fans were with us during the whole season. This is really unbelievable.”