BRENTFORD crashed to their heaviest defeat under Uwe Rosler as they were hammered by Huddersfield.
The Bees put in a dismal display as the Terriers stretched their unbeaten run to 36 games in the league at Griffin Park.
The hosts had the better of the opening exchanges, but Huddersfield grew in confidence as the half wore on and were unlucky not to take the lead when Peter Clarke's header flashed inches past the post.
Brentford had a let off again moments later when the Terriers captain saw his header hit the post, but the visitors' pressure eventually paid off on 36 minutes.
Former Bees Jordan Rhodes ghosted in between Karleigh Osborne and Marcel Eger to head home substitute Liam Cooper's cross from the left in front.
The hosts had keeper Richard Lee to thank for keeping in the game moments later, when he dived full stretch to thwart Rhodes.
Rosler threw on Toumani Diagouraga and Myles Weston at the break as they tried to find a way into the game.
But it was Huddersfield who added the killer second midway through the second-half when sub Lee Novak beat the offside trap to lob the ball over the stranded Lee.
Niall McGinn should've pulled a goal back almost immediately when Ian Bennett spilled Diagouraga's shot, but his tame effort was saved by the Town keeper.
And the Bees were made to pay when Rhodes was allowed to head home a third unchallenged after Eger's slip let in Novak.
Things got even worse moments later, Rhodes' shot cannoning back off a post, only for Gary Roberts to lash a fourth for the rampant visitors.
BEES: Lee, Thompson, Eger, Osborne, Adams, Bean (Weston 46), Douglas, O'Connor (Diagouraga 46), McGinn, Donaldson, Clarkson (Grella 77).
Subs (not used): Moore, Forrester.
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