After the thrills of the 5-0 demolition of Charlton Athletic in midweek, Huddersfield Town had to be content with a point against Fulham.
A defensive error gifted Fulham an early goal inside two minutes and it felt inevitable that it was Ross McCormack who profited.
However, Town rallied and skipper Mark Hudson was on hand to level the scores from Emyr Huws' free kick.
Both sides struggled to find a second breakthrough and although Andy Lonergan was the busier of the two keepers - and made two fantastic saves to deny Joe Lolley and Harry Bunn - both sides would have been reasonably happy with a point after a scrappy second half.
Here's what Town fans made of the match.
There was widespread joy when Hudson levelled - but more than a dash of humour was thrown in.
Views were mixed at half time with the scores locked at 1-1.
Although as the game went on a lot of you felt that the passing in the midfield area was an issue.
And although Lonergan made some great stops, most fans felt both teams deserved a point out of the contest.