Here's how the players rated from Brentford's 1-1 draw with Hull City.

David Raya 8

Brentford’s best player in the first half although he was only called into action once. Commanded his area well and snuffed out any through balls with an excellent starting position. Claimed a number of crosses well, which was no easy feat against the lofty Tom Eaves.

Rico Henry 5

Guilty of a few misplaced passes and wayward crosses, but endeavoured to get forward at every opportunity.

Julian Jeanvier 6

Sloppy in possession when trying to play out from the back but looks more confident player alongside Pontus Jansson.

Pontus Janssen 8

Stellar performance from the captain and came out on top in his personal battle with Tom Eaves.

Luka Racic 6

Always looked to play from the back as is the Brentford way. Like most in red and white, he was careless in possession.

Henrik Dalsgaard 7

Possibly Brentford’s best attacking threat in the first half. Got down the right frequently and put in a number of dangerous crosses which deserved more.

Christian Norgaard 6

Neat and tidy on the ball and cleaned up a lot of scrappy passages of play.

Mathias Jensen 6

Like so many in red and white, guilty of loose passes and dwelling on the ball.

Sergi Canos 6

Not the Canos we’ve come to expect. Loose in possession and guilty of fluffing a number of counter attacking opportunities, that said, a delightful cross for the equaliser.

Bryan Mbeumbo 6

Everything but the final ball. Hideously guilty of wasting a golden opportunity on the hour after creating the space for the shot.

Ollie Watkins 7

Chased everything and got his reward with the equaliser, but looked very much like a winger playing as a forward.


Benrahma- looked sharp when he was introduced, beat men and put the defence on the back foot. 6

Dasilva – added more impetus going forward from the middle of the park.7