Brentford's winless start to the season continued as they were beaten 2-1 at Sheffield Wednesday.
The Bees had taken an early lead as Nico Yennaris' shot somehow squirmed through the hands of Kieren Westwood.
Referee Jeremy Simpson had a word with his assistant Shaun Hudson with the hosts claiming offside but the goal stood.
The Bees needed to get to half time with the lead intact but Josh Clarke lost the ball by the halfway line.
Gary Hooper broke and, try as Yoann Barbet might, he could not keep the Owls frontman from scoring.
The Bees' resolve was broken midway through the second half as a corner was sliced backwards by Ryan Woods with Ross Wallace on hand to head home.
Try as the Bees might, they were unable to breach the home defence as Wednesday saw out the victory with the visitors suffering a nasty injury to Henrik Dalsgaard.
Below is how reporter Tom Moore rated the Bees.
Dan Bentley – Nothing he could have done with the goals. His distribution was excellent. 7
Henrik Dalsgaard – His best game for the Bees cruelly ended with a head injury. 7
John Egan – A performance that can only be described as a John Egan performance. 6
Yoann Barbet – Unlucky with the first goal but may feel he could have got a tackle in. 7
Rico Henry – Looked sharp at left back. 6
Josh Clarke – Lost the ball that led to Wednesday's equaliser. 5
Ryan Woods – Will feel he could have cleared the ball that led to the Owls' winner. 6
Nico Yennaris – Brentford's best player and scored the opener, although it was somewhat flukey. 8
Romaine Sawyers – It wasn't the midfielder's night as he miscontrolled the ball in key situations. 5
Ollie Watkins – Looked lively down the left flank. 6
Neal Maupay – Should have had at least one goal. 3
Florian Jozefzoon – Maybe should have cut the ball back for Neal Maupay. 7
Josh McEacrhan – Not enough time. N/A
Justin Shaibu – Not enough time. N/A