Premier League: Brentford vs Burnley player ratings as Brentford capture a home win hammering Burnley by 2-0 at full-time

Brentford vs Burnley

Brentford vs Burnley: Brentford faces Burnley in the Brentford Community stadium in Matchday 29 of the Premier League.
Both the teams tried their best to attack in search of goals. Toney changed the momentum in the closing minutes, scoring a header to open the goal. He scored another goal making it 2-0 at full-time. The whole Brentford team took the attacking a different level in the closing minutes. The match ended 2-0 at full-time.
Let’s have a look at the player ratings for Brentford vs Burnley match:

Brentford vs Burnley Player Ratings


David Raya (6.8/10): Made some crucial saves preventing Burnley from scoring goals. He had a satisfying game tonight.
Ethan Pinnock (8/10): Really troubled the attackers with his strong body blocks. The attackers didn’t get many chances to move ahead from his side.
Pontus Jansson (6.8/10): The Brentford CB created some good pressure into the defense and blocked well at his level best. He gave a satisfying performance.
Kristoffer Ajer (6.3/10): Did some good defending preventing the wingers pushing in. He also made some decent blocks.
Rico Henry (6.3/10): Created a lovely chance providing a back pass to Cornet. He didn’t have many chances to push forward.

Vitaly Janelt (6.9/10): Janelt was involved well, opting for some shots from distance. He provided some good movements in the midfield.
Christian Norgaard (6.6/10): He couldn’t convert any shot into a goal. He had been in a decent form today, but didn’t contribute well.
Christian Eriksen (7.8/10): He created some good midfield partnership and had a great gameplay. He got involved in the goal as well.
Sergi Canos (6.6/10): Had a decent game night to day. He settled well in the attack aiming for some shots that were blocked easily by Tarkowski.
Bryan Mbeumo (6.7/10): Provided some good attack & was the only attacker, giving trouble to the Burnley defense with the dangerous runs. He had an average game today.
Ivan Toney (8.5/10): He wasn’t seen into much action in the 1st half. Changed the whole game momentum in the 2nd half scoring a goal in the closing minutes and doubling the lead scoring the last minute penalty.

Jensen (6/10): Didn’t get much time to play as he entered in the last minutes.
Wissa (5.7/10): He didn’t make quite a difference after entering and couldn’t stop the attack as well.
Onyeka (5.4/10): Didn’t get much time to play as he entered in the last minutes.


Nick Pope (6.3/10): The Burnley keeper has been decent today. He made 1-2 fine saves, but couldn’t stop the incoming gas.
Connor Roberts (6.5/10): He stood his ground well inside the box providing least chances for Brentford to drive a shot. He made a crucial block preventing Toney from scoring.
Nathan Collins (6/10): Gave a good performance today. Was unlucky in the end as he received a red.
James Tarkowski (7.5/10): Made a great block covering behind the goalkeeper preventing the goal. He made some good clearances and important tackles today.
Charlie Taylor (6.6/10): Taylor made some good runs ahead helping the attack. He had a good game today.

Ashley Westwood (6.3/10): Westwood played a decent part today. He provided some good support in midfield but wasn’t much of a help today.
Josh Brownhill (6.4/10): Brownhill went for a few shots from a distance. He almost came close to scoring a goal in the 2nd half.
Dwight McNeill (5.5/10): Had been in poor form today. He was not actively involved in the midfield today.
Aaron Lennon (6.2/10): He’s been a bit poorly today. He lost ball control more often moving up ahead.
Wout Weghorst (6.2/10): The new signing did impress out today. He got some pretty good touches with the ball maintaining a decent flow with his movements.
Maxwel Cornet (5.6/10): Got involved with the attacking movement well. Wasn’t involved in the attacking opportunities as expected.

Jay Rodriguez (5.7/10): didn’t make much of a difference after entering. He hardly got involved in any movements with the ball.

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