What did you make of Huddersfield Town's performance in the 3-1 defeat at Fulham?

Harry Bunn missed a wonderful opportunity to hand the Terriers a first-half lead and Town were immediately punished when former Leeds United striker Ross McCormack and Hugo Rodallega teamed up for the latter to fire home.

Chris Powell got a response from his side after the break and they deservedly pulled level when Joel Lynch headed home from a Paul Dixon free-kick but pressed the self-destruct button straight from kick-off to allow the talented Lasse Vigen Christensen through to net the hosts' second.

Town tried to push for another leveller but were caught out on the break late on as Rodallega squared for McCormack to lash home from range past a stunned Alex Smithies and seal all three points for the Cottagers.

We collated your ratings from our new-look player ratings scale below to see who stood out and those who failed to turn up.

 

Also take a look above in our gallery to see ratings from Examiner Online Sports Reporter Tom Marshall-Bailey.

And see our chart below to assess who you voted as the best and the worst performers from the game as well as reaction from supporters as Town head into the international break off the back of two consecutive league losses.

Fulham 3-1 Huddersfield Town - fans' Player Ratings

All numbers from Trinity Mirror Data Unit

 

"We got what we deserved - you just cannot concede 3 again and expect to get points. Fulham genuinely could have had 6, but we played the better football!" - John, Outlane.

"Same as at Derby. Back line slow to close down and Smithies positioning and reactions poor. The forwards did well and with the run of the green could well have won the game. The defence needs to play better and together. Disappointing!!!" - Richard, Kirkburton.

"Back to square one again. Getting into bad habits by scoring then falling apart at the back. We have let more goals in than bottom three, we desperately need to get a leader in defence or we will be back in trouble. We can't expect to score three or four to win or draw games. I can't understand why its not been addressed." - Danny, Outlane.

"Result would have been totally different had Bunn put away his chance. We still had sufficient chances to win the game. Fans were outstanding." - Steve, Golcar.

"Town pressed the self destruct button three times in what was otherwise a strong, committed performance. At 1-1 we should have gone on to win the game but we fell asleep at the back. We looked light up front and Holt needs support but the three man midfield works so how do you fit Wells in? Interesting that the two late goals came when Hogg had left the field - perhaps that shows how hard he works on the quiet. A word for the support - amazing noise for 90 minutes." - Peter, Wiltshire.

"A heart-wrenching defeat for our boys, as we were on top for the majority of the game despite conceding three sloppy goals against the run of play. There's no point dwelling on our recent disappointments, though, as it will only make matters worse - so let's move on and aim to bounce back against Sheff Wed in two weeks' time." - Chris, Dalton.

"Defensively we weren't at the races coupled with too many misplaced passes, admittedly on a greasy surface, made for uneasy watching especially towards the end when through substitutions and chasing a result we completely lost our shape. Nonetheless if Bunn had scored with one or both of his two presentable chances................who knows!!?? Fulham looked good." - Philip, London.

"Switched off when we scored and it cost us three points not one! We need to tighten and wise up and WHEN we do we will be a real force in this division! Butterfield ran the show in the second half and Lynch for me gets better by the week! Town are a pleasure to watch these days and even the Fulham fans were singing our praises! It's coming, let's be patient our club has not been in a healthier state in the 40 years I've been following them ! So proud to be among the thousands behind the goal sang from the first minute to the last!!!" - Darryl, Essex.

"We are punching above our weight in the majority of Championship games but after that fantastic run of unbeaten games and 2 tough away fixtures the future is bright under Chris Powell as we can now give anybody a game in this league." - William, Huddersfield.

"Up until we equalised we were clearly the best team, despite a defensive error which had put us behind. First time I've seen us look like a real quality Championship side and looking to really belong at that level. Caught out immediately after the equaliser and again soon after and never looked as good afterwards. Defensive work to do, but a good team base is now clear to see." - Paul, Romford.

"A little more concentration from the defence and could have taken the points. The spine of the team was missing today, and that has been important in recent results, still shipping goals in unfortunately, clean sheets hard to come by in this division!" - Terry, Fenay Bridge.