Here's how the player's rated from Brentford's 3-1 FA Cup fourth round replay win at over Barnet at Griffin Park.

Luke Daniels

Had little to do up until the hour mark when he was called in to make a great save from the onrushing Coulthirst. Sticking out an arm he denied the forward who thought he was through to an open goal. Fantastic stop. 7

Moses Odubajo

Looked a threat down the left all game causing Cheye Alexander all kinds of problems. Linked well with Benrahma but from all the possession he did have his delivery in to the box should’ve been better. 7

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Julian Jeanvier

The catalyst to a change in fortunes in the side it seems. Described as a ‘beast’ by Thomas Frank, the centre-back fared well against the physical and well assured Shaq Coulthirst. 8

Ezri Konsa

Has found his form and his competitive edge again. Called in to action when Barnet turned the game in to a physical affair. Talked himself into a booking that he’ll need to iron out of his game if he’s going to make the step up to the big league’s in the future as most expect him to. 8

Henrik Dalsgaard

A strong performance from the wing-back who splits opinion amongst fans. Delivered a great ball to set up Maupay to all but seal the tie and put in, and won, some huge challenges that rallied the home support. 8

Mads Bech Sorensen

Didn’t put a foot wrong at the back and looked every bit as composed as Yoann Barbet, the man he replaced at the back. Some great cross-field passing from the Dane really caught the eye, as did some fine clearances. 8

Romaine Sawyers

A quiet game from the mercurial midfielder. Overshadowed by McEachran in an attacking and should’ve put the game to bed on the hour but squandered two golden opportunities. 6

Josh McEachran

One of the midfielder’s more accomplished performances. Having been given time on the ball the former Chelsea prodigy showcased all of his passing expertise with swagger. Added class with each touch and dictated the play from the centre circle, Barnet failed to get near him.7

Sergi Canos

Opened the scoring but should’ve got more. Like Benrahma he popped up across the park and drove relentlessly at the Barnet back-line. Looked to be thoroughly enjoying himself, especially the physical battle against a very robust Barnet outfit. 9

Said Benrahma

The winger is flying at the minute. Two assists in the first half he caused all sorts of problems wherever he popped up. The second-tier’s Mahrez some call him, and they aren’t wrong. Despite his slight frame he withstands some bruising punishment to produce, and he’s doing it weekly. 8

Neal Maupay

Tussled all evening with the hugely physical Sweeney and got his reward with his 20th goal of the season. Tireless running, great hold up play, it was another performance we’ve come to expect from the Frenchman. 8