Emiliano Martínez: 6
He made some smart saves, but was also at fault for Brentford’s goal and looked jittery throughout the game.
Andy Yiadom: 7
A strong performance in both defence and attack.
Matt Miazga: 7
Another calm display at the back. Never looked under pressure.
Liam Moore: 7
He led by example and made a few important blocks.
Chris Gunter: 6
The Welshman kept the highly rated Olly Watkins quiet despite getting little defensive support from Modou Barrow. He also made a couple of good attacking runs in the first half.
Andy Rinomhota: 6
Gave the ball away before conceding the free-kick that led to Brentford’s goal. That aside, he worked hard with his now regular customary forward drives.
Lewis Baker: 7
The standout player in the first half. He was quieter after the break, but started to show the talent that once made him so highly rated.
Ovie Ejaria: 8
Got better and better as the game went on. Has an Elastigirl-like ability to intercept the ball and get past opponents.
Modou Barrow: 6
Lovely assist for the opening goal, but he drifted in and out of the game and missed a sitter in the first half.
Nélson Oliveira: 6
Worked hard and, in the first half, played an important role launching many an attack. However, he maybe could have done better with a chance in the second half when Yiadom put a cross in from the right but he could only fire over from a few yards out.
Yakou Méïté: 8
Two superbly taken goals. He looked tired in the second half, but worked his socks off nonetheless.
Garath McCleary: 6
Didn’t really get into the game, but worked hard and showed good footwork when he did get onto the ball.
Callum Harriott and Tyler Blackett: N/A
Neither were on the pitch long enough to get a grade.
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