No-one in the Huddersfield Town starting line-up got a five and most were awarded only three out of 10 for the defeat at Bristol City.It was Town's worst league defeat of the season and the 4-0 scoreline hardly flattered the Ashton Gate side.

The result could have been worse for Town, who struggled to show any cohesion once City got in front. So the Town man-of-the-match was Karim Matmour, who made a favourable impression when he was sent on as a substitute.

JED STEER

Beaten at his near post and also from long-range but the defending was woeful. 3

KYLE DEMPSEY

Started the game well and tried to get forward, but slipped out of it later on. 3

JASON DAVIDSON

Linked well with van La Parra early on and got forward, but suffered in second half. 3

MARK HUDSON

Made some smart tackles and blocks early on but became exposed second half. 4

JOEL LYNCH

Not one of his better games, although he made a smart covering tackle on Kodjia. 4

DEAN WHITEHEAD

Tried his best to stem the flow against Town, but the home side were just too good. 3

EMYR HUWS

Couldn’t get into his usual flow as City took control and ended up chasing the game. 3

RAJIV VAN LA PARRA

One or two bright moments but didn’t do enough defensively and taken off half time. 3

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HARRY BUNN

Did his best to chase possession but could do nothing with the few chances he got. 3

NAHKI WELLS

Worryingly went off the a knee injury at half time. Leading the line has taken its toll. 4

JOE LOLLEY

Missed Town’s best chance on 25. Pushed off the ball as City scored their second. 3

Subs: Karim Matmour 5, Jamie Paterson 4, Sean Scannell 3.