Brentford head coach Dean Smith felt his side's late scare took the gloss off their 3-2 win over Rotherham.
The Bees led 3-0 thanks to a Lasse Vibe brace and a goal from wing wizard Jota.
They looked to be cruising to victory and Smith took the scorers, as well as Nico Yennaris, off and the visitors nearly through it away as Ben Brereton and Zach Clough scored to give the travelling fans a coronary.
Smith said: “For me, I thought we were very good. We deserved a three goal lead and it gave us an opportunity to rest a few.
“It takes the gloss off to concede two late goals but performance wise, to play as well as we did is very pleasing.”
He added: “I thought we controlled the first half with the ball. I thought we let them have too much of the ball in the second half but we were a threat on the counter attack and it showed with the first and third goals.
“Breaking at pace is what we've become known for but we're very good on the ball as well.”
Smith was also pleased with how the side defended, with the exception of the closing stages.
He explained: “When we lost the ball we were in good positions. The two centre halves compete. Maxime Colin is getting better and better.
“It's Rico Henry's fourth game in the Championship. I thought he tired towards the end but that's just the games he's played in a short space of time.”