Here's how we rated Brentford's players.

Luke Daniels – 5 – Other than the McBurnie chance four minutes in, he had almost no trouble all to deal with all first half. Unfortunate for the first two Swansea strikes.

Ezri Konsa – 4 – A nervy first half became a lot worse when he was sent off for hacking down James on the hour. Barbet’s pass was poor but it was a terrible tackle.

Julian Jeanvier – 5 – Despite being caught out occasionally by Swansea he recovered well, though the second half was a complete contrast.

Yoann Barbet – 5 – Made a rash challenge to hack down Daniel James, and was rightly booked, but recovered after that. His pass into Konsa was terrible before the defender was sent off.

Sergi Canos – 5 – Defensively suspect at times when needed to get back. Had a bright opening 45 minutes, especially going forward, but was awful for the Celina goal. Replaced by Nikolaj Kirk.

Moses Odubajo – 6 – Helped to cause Connor Roberts lots of problems with Benrahma down Swansea’s right side.

Romaine Sawyers – 6 – His intervention helped set up the counter-attack which led to the goal. Controlled the midfield in the first half, didn’t replicate it as much in the second.

Kamohelo Mokotjo – 6 – He ran the hard yards but his tackles were pretty weak, Swansea’ midfield eventually got past him and Sawyers. Replaced by Josh McEachran.

Said Benrahma – 8 – A real headache for Swansea, exploited their right-hand side really well. Could’ve set up the second. The defence couldn’t handle him.

Ollie Watkins – 8 – Had a bright start. Worked hard to press the defence up front and took his finish really well.

Neal Maupay – 7 – Could have scored twice, but was late to Canos’ cross and was ruled offside in the other chance. Made up for it with an excellent assist to Watkins.


Josh Da Silva – 6

Nikolaj Kirk – 6

Josh McEachran - 6