Thomas Frank credited his “fantastic” Brentford side after Bryan Mbeumo’s late equaliser against Bournemouth earned a 2-2 draw in the Premier League.
Mbeumo’s fourth of the season cancelled out goals from Dominic Solanke and David Brooks after Mathias Jensen took the lead for Brentford in the first half.
And Frank praised his team’s second-half display which saw them extend their unbeaten start to the season.
“First half we were good but second half we were fantastic,” Frank said. “I think we ran over Bournemouth in the second half and we created chance after chance.
“I would love to have 10 points (Brentford have six) and I think we could easily say we deserve to have more, but it’s up to others to discuss if we should have eight or 10.
“I think we had a chance to win all three draws at home (Tottenham, Crystal Palace and Bournemouth), the Tottenham and Crystal Palace games were tight but it was clear we should have won them and we have to keep going.”
Cherries boss Andoni Iraola admitted Brentford’s late goal hurt as his side searched for their first win of the season.
And the Spaniard revealed his side rued a series of mistakes which led to Mbeumo’s goal.
“The worst thing for us is the way we concede the goal,” Iraola added.
“It comes from our own goal-kick and we made two or three mistakes because we were probably not at our best but we have have to know how to finish the games because we had run a lot and (played) good stretches of football.
“To lose it in this way hurts.
“In set-pieces they have very good players and we needed maximum help in the duels and the crosses we received in the last minutes but it didn’t work as we conceded the second goal.
Iraola highlighted that Bournemouth suffered out of possession in the lead up to the final goal.
He said: “The game was a little bit territorial and the advantage was very important because we were suffering when they were playing in our half and they had set-pieces like corners, free-kicks.
“Whenever the game was in their half I think we were playing better, we were more in control of the situation and so at the end they had nothing to lose and put more bodies up front and closed with three defenders.
“We tried to defend the long balls, crosses and throw ins better because sometimes you have to suffer to win the games and be compact.”