Huddersfield Town claimed a place in the FA Cup fourth round with victory over Bolton Wanderers at the Macron Stadium.
Rajiv Van La Parra and Danny Williams netted the goals for the Terriers - with the US international taking our man-of-the-match award - before Derik Osede pulled one back for the hosts.
Town were able to see out the game on a bitterly cold night in Greater Manchester though, and have booked their spot in Monday night’s draw.
Here’s how Rory Benson scored all the Town performances.
Not called upon too often, but did what was needed of him well and smartly slowed the game down at the end. - 7
Got forward well in the first period, but couldn’t seem to get the ball under his spell after the break. - 6
Great to see him back for Town. Made a couple of mistimed tackles, but overall looked good on his comeback. - 7
Looks a cultured centre half. Tired towards the end, but he’s just come off a winter break at AS Monaco. - 7
Solid performance from the Town skipper. Couldn’t get forward too much in the second half, but did his defensive duties well. - 7
Linked attack and defence really well and deserved his goal, despite it taking a huge deflection. - 8 (MOTM)
Here, there, everywhere. His usual gut-busting performance in central midfield. - 8
Unlucky to pick up an injury after some strong performances in recent weeks. Wasn’t in the match at all today. - 6
Much more threatening in the second period after a quiet first 45 minutes. - 7
Flashes of brilliance from the youngster, but didn’t torment the Bolton defence as regularly as he would have liked. - 7
Stood out in the first half despite a lack of service. Had a quieter second period.- 7
Rajiv Van La Parra (for Collin Quaner, 39’) - Broke the deadlock for Town and added quality to an otherwise dull affair. - 7
Philip Billing (for Joe Lolley, 76’) - Really good to see the Dane back from injury, but didn’t have much to do in the final minutes. - 6
Dean Whitehead (for Michael Hefele, 85’) - N/A