Huddersfield Town hearts were broken when Fernando Forestieri struck seven minutes from time to hand the points to Sheffield Wednesday after a hard-fought encounter at the John Smith's Stadium.
It was a spicy affair that left both sets of fans in full voice as tackles flew in.
The first half wasn't much to write home about as both teams, keen to press, intercept and counter, cancelled each other out.
In the second period, Mark Hudson was withdrawn by David Wagner to avoid a red card after a tangle with Forestieri when already on a booking before Wednesday took the lead with the first genuinely clear-cut opportunity for either side.
Town felt they should have had a penalty when Philip Billing's effort was cleared off the line with what looked like a hand. But they were unable to find the breakthrough - even after sending keeper Jed Steer up for a corner late on.
It's a quick turnaround for Town, who travel to promotion-chasing Middlesbrough on Tuesday night looking for a swift return to winning ways.
Here's what Town fans made of the match:
After a first half without much goalmouth incident, some were content to take a point.
And after the final whistle, when the points were decided by a single goal, there was mixed opinion about how close Town are to the top six.
But most were of the opinion the referee had blundered by failing to award Town a penalty for hand ball.
Most felt the difference was in attacking heavyweights, especially after seeing Joel Lynch playing off Nahki Wells in stoppage time.
Quite a few left disappointed.
While there were a few who felt a share of the points would have seen justice done.