Brentford made it an unbeaten pre-season as they rounded off their campaign against Celta Vigo with a 2-1 win.
Lasse Vibe gave the Bees the lead after being played through, wonderfully, by Josh McEachran with the Dane chipping Ruben Blanco.
Jota then doubled the lead with a delightful free kick that nestled in the top corner. The Spaniard produced a muted celebration against his former club.
There was concern before the break as Sergi Canos was forced off injured before the break with Florian Jozefzoon replacing him.
The Spanish side pulled a goal back early in the second half as John Guidetti scored after being played in by substitute Daniel Wass.
However, the Bees found their rhythm again and held on to claim victory.
Why was Maxime Colin absent?
Sorry conspiracy theorists, the Frenchman misses out due to becoming a father for the first time. We understand the baby boy is happy.
How did Henrik Dalsgaard play?
Dalsgaard may well have played himself into the starting line-up against Sheffield United as he produced a dominating display at right back.
What happened to Sergi Canos?
The Spaniard came off worse after lunging into a tackle in the penalty area. He tried to carry on but was unable to. There will naturally be concern about how long the popular forward will be out for.
How strong were Celta Vigo?
Just three players who started their Europa League semi final second leg at Manchester United are in the XI at Griffin Park today; Hugo Mallo, Pione Sisto and John Guidetti. It may have been last season but it's a good indication of the strength of their first team.
Gustavo Cabral, Facundo Roncaglia, Jonny, Nemanja Radoja, Iago Aspas and Daniel Wass all came off the bench in the second half.
How did Brentford's defence play?
The fact Dean Smith gave both Andreas Bjelland and Yoann Barbet 45 minutes each suggests he is weighing up who partners John Egan at Sheffield United next week.
What happens next?
Real football begins as Brentford travel to Sheffield United next season for their Championship opener.