Huddersfield Town played out an entertaining 1-1 draw with Brighton & Hove Albion at the AMEX Stadium on Saturday. Here we bring you our player ratings from the game with a quick reminder that we award a score of 5 out of 10 to a player for an average performance, enjoy!
Perhaps a surprising score to give someone who was at fault for Brighton's goal, but without some of his saves throughout the game Huddersfield would have certainly lost.
The diminutive Swiss was caught playing the hosts onside twice in the game but overall put in a solid shift down the right.
Apart from being caught too high early on, Mr. Reliable was solid throughout the game.
Did a good job keeping Murray quiet and was generally decent on the ball.
Is quickly becoming a favourite here at TerrierBlog, his performance was full-throttle as usual.
Covered every inch of the pitch again but his positioning was poor on one or two occasions when Brighton broke. However, he's still a key player and hopefully he won't be out for too long after his injury.
He's still not himself but his performances are improving, it was good to see him attempting risky forward passes and shots from distance in this game. His improvement will be vital to the Terriers survival bid.
Did his defensive work with little fuss and linked up really well with Kongolo down the wing.
Received a hostile welcome from the Brighton fans from the opening minute, and that seemed to affect him at first, but he grew into the game as it went on.
Not his worst performance, and he did work hard but unfortunately he failed to make a real impact on the game.
If you want a job doing properly then you might as well do it yourself right? That's certainly what Mounie did at the weekend, he's been starved of decent supply in recent weeks so took matters into his own hands (or feet) at Brighton. An early pot-shot was a sign of his intent and his awareness allowed him to pounce on Shane Duffy's error and draw Town level.
Replaced Hogg late on and showed some attacking drive in his play, we at TerrierBlog would love to see him start against Watford.
The big man had very little time on the pitch and perhaps this rating is quite harsh, but he did manage to miss an easy chance in his short time on the grass.
We here at TerrierBlog couldn't possibly give someone a match rating based on 15 seconds of action, but if Laurent asked, we gave him a 10/10, because he scares us!
Credit where it's due to David Wagner, he got the striker selection spot-on and sent his team out to be much more positive than they were at Newcastle. It was good to see the German show some bravery in a situation where many other managers could have taken the easy option and gone for safety first.