Huddersfield Town overcame a nervy final period to collect a third Championship win of the season.

But who were the stand-out stars?

Was James Vaughan to thank for his ninth goal in as many games?

Or was the victory simply down to Joel Lynch's wonder goal? And is Mark Robins' new ethos paying off?

Just click on the gallery below to see the player ratings from the fans and our own Huddersfield Town reporter Doug Thomson.

 

Plus see below for fan comments on the game.

Absolutely electric strike from Lynch! Let's see him given more freedom to roam up the pitch as he clearly causes defences problems! Phill, Almondbury

Made hard work of it near the end, but two great goals. Not sure if Sean Scannell is suited to central position better on the wings, but he must keep his head up when on a run and be aware of passing the killer ball. Eddie, Chorley

Passing game much improved from Doncaster, an unmarked attacking opponent on our right side most of the time we were defending. Unable to clear the ball effectively from our half in the last 15 minutes. Stephen, Skelmanthorpe

The injury to Hogg was crucial and disrupted Town's control of the game. We need to go to 4-4-2 as two of Town's back three are not good enough technically to play out from the back. Stead started off well but faded possibly due to lack of match fitness. Clayton continues to disappoint. Smithies looks a good goalkeeper and Lynch has had an outstanding season so far. Patrick, Honley

The players have to find space quicker and move the ball faster. Simon, Ossett

Yet again, we have a comfort-zone of two goals and shoot ourselves in the foot by letting a player run forward and shoot. We sat too deep and nearly got punished, but we managed to hold on. We need to step up a gear, because we are not firing on all cylinders. Stephen, Puerto Santiago

Not a fluid performance apart from a few bright spells, but a win is a win. Stunning goal from Joel, a contender for goal of the season. We nearly blew it though by dropping concentration and effort in the last quarter. Trojanhorse, Kirkburton

Good in parts. Poor last 20 minutes. Need another ball playing centre back. Vaughan needs more support. Better officials than Saturday, but thought Dervite lucky to only get a booking. Palmerston, Netherton

We keep on hearing 'the team is still work-in-progress,' think that's probably right, but we are heading in the right (Robins') direction. Martin, Outlane

Sat far too deep for last 20 minutes which led to last minute defending. Smithies again failed to command his area. Passing game is still developing, but options for a pass was sometimes very limited. Good result. JJ, Lowerhouses

Encouraging and disappointing but hey, that's HT. Paul, York

Not a classic game, but three good goals and any three points are good points no matter how you get 'em. Tim, Dalton

Good performance - we are improving. Geoff, Outlane

A much better performance than Saturday with two superb goals from Town. Will Lynch ever score a better goal? Brian, Brighouse.

Great goal from Lynch. However, again, once the pressure is on us, Clayton goes into hibernation. We started to lose control in midfield once Hogg went off. Somebody should tell Hammill to stop all his fancy stuff. He crossed for Vaughan's goal without trying to beat every player on the field and he lost the ball with his 'fancy' foot work which led to Charlton's goal. Why does he have to take all the set pieces with his imitation of Ronaldo? David, Huddersfield