HUDDERSFIELD Town salvaged a deserved point at Charlton Athletic with a late penalty.
But what did you make of the performance?
Click below to see Huddersfield Town fans celebrating Adam Clayton's late penalty goal
Take a look at Examiner Huddersfield Town reporter Doug Thomson's ratings below and the fans' ratings on page two - plus fans' match verdicts.
His positive punching caught the eye, particularly when making a fine stoppage-time save from Hulse. 8
Like Hunt, the Scotsman had to focus on hampering Charlton’s threat from wide, and he played a key role. 7
Southern’s sending off meant his work was more defensive than attacking, and he showed up well. 7
Missed a great early chance and his loose clearance led to Charlton’s goal, but otherwise he was bang on. 7
The centre-back really impressed with his workrate, tackling, heading and positional sense. 8
Cool, calm and collected – the only negative was the fifth booking of the season which brings a one-match ban. 8
The central midfielder competed strongly before his harsh straight red card in the 35th minute. 7
His set-piece deliveries failed to trouble Charlton, but otherwise put in a good stint in difficult circumstances. 7
Came close to scoring before Southern’s sending off and did a great job as a lone striker after it. 8
The red card meant the on-loan Reading man took on a deeper role, and he responded willingly. 7
The wideman was lively in the opening stages, but his influence waned as the match wore on. 7
Scott Arfield (for Norwood, 71mins) 7;
Alan Lee (for Novak, 77) 8;
Adam Hammill (for Ward, 84) 7.
See page two for fans' ratings and verdicts.