Brentford made it three wins in four games with a superb peformance at St Andrews tonight to beat Birmingham City 2-0.
It was a miserable night for rum's former Bees – with Maxime Colin going off injured early on, Jota also being hooked after an ineffectual performance, and Harlee Dean failing to make it off the bench.
But what a night it was for the men in red and white stripes, with nobody letting the side down in a great all-round display. Here's how we rated them, do you agree?
Dan Bentley 7
A composed display from the Bees keeper and was equal to anything thrown at him when called upon, including a stunning injury time save.
Henrik Dalsgaard 7
Looked a bit uncomfortable going forward at times but defended stoutly, and was unfortunate to go off injured.
Josh Clarke 8
A great display from the utility man – had former Bee Jota in his pocket, despite not being a natural left back, and bombed forward at every opportunity.
John Egan 7
Defended well enough and looks to be forming a good partnership at the back with Bjelland.
Andreas Bjelland 8
Another commanding display at the back from the big Dane, who won everything in the air and had one of those 'none shall pass' games.
Kamohelo Mokotjo 7
Got around the pitch well and did a lot of the unseen work, but needs to work on his shooting – shades of Toumani Diagouraga at times.
Ryan Woods 8
Played like his life depended on it at times, Woods was a terrier-like presence in the middle of the park and never gave the home midfielders any time on the ball.
Romaine Sawyers 8
Coolness personified. Sawyers is one of those players who always seems to have time on the ball and finds the right pass. And for those who bemoan the defensive side in his game, he made a superb last ditch tackle in the edge of the area.
Flo Jozefzoon 7
Drifted in and out of the game but always looked a threat with the ball and always looked to attack – continuing his recent good form - and a great run to set up Maupay's goal.
Lasse Vibe 7
Used his intelligence to get in some good positions but often took a touch too many, and when he did get a shot in, should have twice done better than just work the keeper.
Ollie Watkins 8
Strong as an ox once more and refused to be bullied off the ball. A great attacking display from the youngster, capped by a great spot kick – have Brentford finally solved their penalty dilemma?
Yoann Barbet 7
Came on in an unfamiliar right back role following Dalsgaard's injury and did not let the side down.
Neal Maupay 8
Handed a late cameo, and boy did he take his chance. Won the penalty for Brentford's opener before scoring a superb second – super sub doesn't even begin to describe it.
Sergi Canos 7
Came on too late to make a real impact on the game but good to see him getting back into the swing of things.