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The visitors comfortably held out for only a second victory in their past 15 visits to Brentford.
Alex Neil’s men, who have yet to keep a clean sheet this season, responded well, with Alan Browne forcing Luke Daniels to save his fiercely struck volley, only for Toney to land a sucker-punch before the break.
Offside, Brentford. Henrik Dalsgaard tries a through ball, but Ivan Toney is caught offside.
Brad Potts completed the 11-minute turnaround, curling a shot inside the left-hand post before Sean Maguire added a fourth, swivelling to finish after Ben Davies headed down Ryan Ledson’s corner.
It was a first league win of the season for Preston, who moved level on points with the Bees after four games.
Dasilva was a particular threat on the left and having teed up Toney’s opener, he tested Rudd with an effort from the edge of the box, before Mbeumo ballooned a shot over when well-placed.
Summer signing Ivan Toney put the Bees 2-0 up, sliding home Josh Dasilva’s low cross before collecting Bryan Mbeumo’s pass to smash past Declan Rudd for his third goal in two games.
Said Benrahma, who has yet to start in the league this season for the Bees amid speculation over his future, came off the bench and almost revived home hopes by launching a rapid break but Dasilva fired inches wide.
Thomas Frank’s home side, buoyed by their Carabao Cup win over west London rivals Fulham – their third Premier League scalp en route to the quarter-finals, were soon into their stride in an open first half.
Scott Sinclair’s quick-fire double inspired a sensational Preston second-half fightback to sink Brentford.
The Lilywhites had found the net just three times in their opening six games, but stunned the Bees with four goals in 18 second-half minutes.
But Sinclair struck twice after the break to level, stroking home Patrick Bauer’s knockdown before converting Andrew Hughes’ low centre at the near post.
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