After a stop-start first-half saw Kevin Schade provide Brentford with an early lead, a much-improved display from Palace following the restart saw the Eagles dominate proceedings.
Retaining possession deep into the Bees' half, centre-backs Andersen and Marc Guéhi pushed up, with the Dane in particular orchestrating several attacks with his impressive passing range.
He also started – and finished – Palace's equaliser, exchanging passes with Jordan Ayew, racing onto the return and poking it through goalkeeper Mark Flekken's legs on the stretch.
Andersen's other numbers were highly impressive: seven clearances, four recoveries, 11/15 duels won, three out of three tackles won, two out of two crosses completed – and now, of course, Man of the Match.
Manager Roy Hodgson described the Dane as a "colossus" after the match – and you've agreed with your votes! You can see the results from the poll below.