Huddersfield Town earned a hard-fought point in a goalless draw with their cross-Pennine rivals Burnley FC this afternoon.
Although the game could not be faulted for its endeavour from both sides, there were few chances for either side to snatch a win at Turf Moor.
The best chance arguably coming early in the second-half for Town forward Laurent Depoitre who forced a smart save out of Nick Pope in the Burnley goal.
But who was Huddersfield Town's Man of the Match? Have a look below at Blake Welton’s assessment and have your say with our gadget as well.
Didn’t have much to do throughout but what he did, he did well and confidently - 7
Really getting back to his best after a shaky start to the Premier League campaign - 7
A defensive masterclass throughout the entire 90 minutes of the Turf Moor encounter - 9 (MOTM)
Won the aerial battles well throughout the game against Burnley FC forward Chris Wood - 8
A shaky start but grew into the game and justified his selection over Scott Malone - 7
Made a number of timely interceptions throughout as well as being at his creative best - 8
Made his first Premier League start for the club and was as solid as ever in the middle - 7
Worked tirelessly and offered a good attacking alternative coming in from the right - 7
Showed great willingness to get stuck in, picking up an early booking for his efforts - 7
Once again underlined not just ‘a luxury’ player with his defensive work as well - 8
Ploughed a lone furrow upfront all game without having a real sight of goal - 7
Rajiv van La Parra (for Abdelhamid Sabiri, 63) - A blatant dive looking for a penalty is not in the spirit of the game - 5
Philip Billing (for Jonathan Hogg, 79) -Struggled to make an impact on his introduction - 6
Florent Hadergjonaj (for Elias Kachunga, 89) -Didn’t have long enough to make an impact - NA