In a pulsating game end to end game, in front of a boisterous away following in which either side created the chances to have won it took a wonderful goal from Forrester to draw Brentford level and to ensure the spoils were shared.
Bournemouth in their red and black shirts which started the brightest against a Brentford side wearing the silver football in the Community kit as both the regular home and away kits clashed.
The hosts playing with a high tempo bossed the midfield and tested our exposed defence as they flooded forward. The Bees though looked good when we had the ball and took the lead slightly against the run of play when Simon Francis under pressure headed past his own keeper.
Bournemouth didnít take long to reply and equalised with a header before former Bee Lewis Grabban who in front of the Bees following massed in the side stand appeared to dive when Moore challenged for the ball. The ref awarded the penalty which was despatched to give the hosts the lead.
Bournemouth continued to threaten but didnít take their further chances to increase their lead before the break.
The second period started in much the same way as the first half finished until Forrester joined the game early in the half and the tide began to turn. The Bees now looked more dangerous with the Bees flowing forward with wave after wave of attack Bournemouth were being forced further deeper.
With what could be a contender for goal of the season and in front of the Bees fans, Forrester cut in and with a beautiful curling shot which hit the target to cue wild scenes of celebration on the touchline and behind the hoardings in the masses of travelling fans.
As the clock counted down the Cherries looked to be there for the picking but the Bees didnít have the tempo of the last few minutes at Walsall and the hosts held on to survive the four minutes of added time for the game to end all square