Romaine Sawyers picked up nearly a quarter of the vote on Fanscore to be named the Fuller's Man of the Match after Saturday's 0-0 draw against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Griffin Park.
Both sides had chances to win the game as Jota struck a post in the first-half for The Bees while Daniel Bentley pulled off a number of fine saves to keep Wolves at bay in the second-half. Those saves didn't go un-noticed by supporters on Fanscore but they weren't quite enough to see Daniel named the Man of the Match, as he was pipped to the award by Romaine Sawyers, with Harlee Dean in third.
It was a low-scoring week on Fanscore as only 30 fans correctly predicted the draw with none of them guessing the 0-0 scoreline. That meant Ines Foyster's total of 195 enough to top the weekly standings. Mark Allerton was just two points behind with Henry Ivey and Joseph Andrews tied for third on 191 points. His second place finish on the week saw Mark cut Jack Anderson's lead at the top of the season-long table to just 118 points with Henry's impressive recent form elevating him into third, a further 11 points behind.
FanScore allows fans to play against friends and family in mini-leagues on our Smartphone app with points awarded for predicting the half-time and full-time match scores, plus the first goal scorer and time, and the Man of the Match. The app, which was launched last season, means you can stay in touch with Brentford wherever you are with with the latest news, scores, tables, interviews, highlights, and much more all in one place.