HUDDERSFIELD Town threw away a 2-0 lead with just five minutes to go against Leyton Orient.
Jamie McCombe was sent off on 84 minutes and Town then conceded two goals to earn a point against the basement club.
Below are the ratings from Examiner HTAFC reporter Doug Thomson.
The fans' ratings are on page two.
Made a couple of slips but still looked on course for a clean sheet until McCombe’s red card and Orient’s late rally. 6
His gritty performance, spoiled only by a fourth booking of the term for pulling back Porter, was another plus for Town. 8
A top show from the blossoming right-back, who competed strongly both in defence and attack 8
Had a solid enough game, but his needless straight red card was a major blot which proved very costly. 5
Delivered another very competent display with his organisational skills coming to the fore. 7
Was once again busy and hard working as boss Clark kept the starting XI on duty in the previous two games. 7
Did a good job in the middle, breaking up Orient’s play and pushing forward when possible. Hit the bar. 7
Went about his work with typical efficiency as Town coped well with the O’s, until those costly six minutes. 7
Tried his best to find a way through, but had limited success and came off in the 56th minute. 6
The bustling striker was strong on the ground, and even more powerful in the air, with his goal a deserved reward. 8
His non-stop running kept the visitors on their toes, but didn’t get the chance to add to his seven-goal tally. 6
Gary Roberts (for Ward, 56mins) 6;
Jordan Rhodes (for Novak, 69) 6; Liam
Cooper (for Roberts, 85) 6.
Ian Bennett 5.90
Jack Hunt 7.52
Callum Woods 6.71
Jamie McCombe 4.83
Antony Kay 6.95
Scott Arfield 5.66
Oscar Gobern 6.17
Damien Johnson 6.00
Danny Ward 5.60
Lee Novak 5.45
Alan Lee 7.10
Gary Roberts 5.32
Jordan Rhodes 5.19
Liam Cooper 4.78