Brentford player ratings vs Leicester: Norgaard & Toney shine despite Bees defeat

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David Raya

The Spaniard didn’t stand a chance with Tielemans’ volley and wasn’t troubled as much as his opposite number. 6

Zanka

Given the nod over Kristoffer Ajer, the Dane looked comfortable against the Foxes. A superb header to get the Bees back into the game. 6

Pontus Jansson

Another top performance from the skipper, and he was very close to his first ever goal for the Bees which would have given them the lead. 6

Ethan Pinnock

Did well but was replaced at half-time after being down earlier in the game. 5

Sergi Canos

A firm performance from the Spaniard despite not being as threatening in recent weeks. Dealt with Castagne well. 6

Frank Onyeka

Gave the Bees great energy in midfield and looked sharp with Norgaard. 6

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Christian Norgaard

The Dane remains an intrinsic component in the Bees’ midfield, and was unlucky not to get on the scoresheet. Got his hands dirty and put in some important challenges to set Brentford going on the attack. 7

Mathias Jensen

Compared to Norgaard and Onyeka, Jensen was too passive on the ball in possession. Redeemed himself for the corner which led to Zanka’s goal. 5

Rico Henry

Always got forward when possible and whipped in a number of crosses which led to Toney’s disallowed goal. 6

Bryan Mbeumo

The Frenchman’s luck in front of goal doesn’t seem to be getting better, but he did his best to conjure up chances for himself and the team. 6

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Ivan Toney

Did all the dirty work like he always does, but another frustrating afternoon for the striker. Ran for the cause but to little avail. 7

Subs:

Kristoffer Ajer

The Norwegian replaced Pinnock at the break, and made some great runs down the right hand side to try and get Brentford going. 6

Marcus Forss

Tried his best to get Brentford back in the contest, but wasn’t able to make a similar impact like he did against Chelsea last week. 5

Saman Ghoddos

Like Forss, Ghoddos wasn’t able too much of an impact, with his heavy touch at the end summing up Brentford’s afternoon. 5

Source by Football London

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