Brentford put in a truly frustrating performance at Griffin Park tonight – held at home by struggling Burton Albion after shipping a late equaliser.
On a night of few chances, the Bees had struggled to break through, but took the lead through Florian Jozefzoon's second half free kick.
But a scrappy late leveller at the back stick from Ben Turner allowed a Burton side who for much of the game had showed little ambition a share of the spoils. Here's how we rated the Bees.
Not much to do but will be disappointed not to have kept a clean sheet.
Quality going forward and quality defending – what's not to like?
Oozes real quality at times, both in terms of his passing ability and willingness to get on the end of them – really settling well into the left back role, but free kick are a real mixed bag.
Probably had the quieter night of the two centre halves, but didn't do a lot wrong and was unlucky with a neat second half through-ball to Jozefzoon, who was caught offside.
Made some important interceptions in a good solid performance – the like of which the Dane is starting to produce more regularly.
Surprising that he was hooked so early as he was having a decent enough game and spraying the ball around nicely, but the game was begging out for McEachran's guile.
The less surprising of the two who were hooked early in the second half, Yennaris didn't do a lot wrong but wasn't taking the game by the scruff of the neck either.
A mixed bag tonight – some neat touches but pulled out of too many challenge. It may not be his game, but it's frustrating at times nonetheless.
Not nearly as effective as he has been for much of this season, faded in the second half after a decent first 45.
Refused to hide following his horror miss at Cardiff, and having retained his place, responded with a hard working performance – unfortunately with little reward.
Drifted in and out of the game but generally worked the right flank well, and opened the scoring with a quite brilliant free kick.
McEachran ( 52 mins for Woods ) 7
Initially changed the game in a heartbeat when he came on with a calm head in the middle and a range of passing, but his influence waned as the game went on.
Canos ( 52 mins for Yennaris ) 7
Another who made an instant impact as a sub, just like he did at Cardiff on Saturday, and was initially a bundle of energy and enthusiasm, but also faded in the latter stages.
Vibe ( 71 mins for Maupay ) 6
Toiled up front late on and won a couple of corners, but Brentford couldn't make the most of them.