Brentford crashed out of the FA Cup with a heavy 4-1 defeat to Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium.
The Bees took the lead just before the half-hour mark as an impressive counter-attack saw Neal Maupay find Ollie Watkins to rifle the ball home.
However, the Swans levelled four minutes after the interval as a Bersant Celina free-kick ricocheted off Brentford keeper Luke Daniels before Dan James gave the hosts the lead (53).
And it went from bad to worse for Brentford as Ezri Konsa received a straight red card eight minutes later for a professional foul on James.
Swansea then stretched their lead through Celina (66) before Connor Roberts’ close-range effort was ruled out for offside.
But the Swans did get a fourth in stoppage-time courtesy of George Byers to send the South Wales side comfortably into the Quarter-Finals.