Huddersfield Town's unbeaten run continues after a crazy game away at stadium:mk.
Philip Billing lasted just three minutes after being introduced at half time, shown a dubious red card for a high boot on the halfway line.
Replays showed the decision was very harsh on the young Dane, who looked devastated. But Town, who had conceded before the break, refused to submit to defeat and put in a performance that defined their spirit, character and stamina under David Wagner.
It was mirrored in Wagner's tactics. when he threw Joel Lynch and Mark Hudson up front in search of the equaliser, and he was duly rewarded by a late Nahki Wells strike - set up beautifully by the skipper.
It may not be three wins in a row, but after being forced to play with only ten men for over 40 minutes, its a very precious point.
Here's what Town fans made of the match.
After a lacklustre first 45 minutes, in which Town conceded to Alex Revell, most felt there was need of drastic improvement at the break.
However, there was also lots of optimism that Wagner could inspire his men to turn it around.
There was universal outrage and confusion when Philip Billing saw red on 48 minutes.
But after Nahki Wells netted a very good equaliser, there was joy from a fanbase who recognised how hard the team had worked for what turned out to be an excellent point.
And there was much appreciation for the tactical brain of David Wagner in the way he responded.
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