It might not make for pretty viewing - but here's another chance to see how Brentford's dreams of a return to Wembley did on Friday night.
Looking to overturn a 2-1 first leg deficit in their Championship play-off semi-final against Middlesbrough, the Bees instead went down 3-0 at the Riverside to lose 5-1 on aggregate.
Goals from Lee Tomlin, Kike and Albert Adomah meant this game, and not a Wembley final, would be departing manager Mark Warburton's last game in charge of the Bees.
Warburton said: "The players are very disappointed but all credit to them. Over 46 games they deserve to be there. We were second best. Middlesbrough were the better team on the night and they deserve to go through.
"They are a very strong squad, with talented players. They are well organised unit wise and team wise. They are strong. You look around 33,000, 34,000 they are a big club. The better team deserved to go through.
"There is no criticism of the players, but they will be the first to say we were not good enough in the first half. They imposed their game on us more than we imposed ours on theirs."