Boss Nicky Forster could barely hide his delight after Brentford wrecked Leyton Orient`s 14-match unbeaten league run with a 2-1 victory.
Marcus Bean and Gary Alexander struck before Orient pulled one back 10 minutes after half-time when Scott McGleish netted from six yards.
Forster said: "We set about the game with a good tempo and we took the game to them in the early stages.
"We knew that they would be a hard side to beat and you've also got the added ingredient of a London derby. We dominated them for the first 35 minutes and got the early goal."
Forster had special praise for Bean`s effort, saying: "It was a touch of Brazilian magic from Marcus Bean so I'll have to have a look at that again to make sure it was actually him."