Huddersfield Town fell to a 3-1 defeat to promotion favourites Cardiff City on Saturday, as Kenwyne Jones' brace sealed the Bluebirds' first Championship win of the campaign and a second successive league defeat for the Terriers.
Town put in a much-improved display from last week's defeat to Bournemouth, with Murray Wallace's goal right at the end of the first half threatening a second-half fightback, but Jones' second - after Peter Whittingham had opened the scoring from 30 yards - saw Mark Lillis' side off.
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Smithies - The Town shot-stopper was unlucky with both of the opening two goals, with Peter Whittingham's strike unstoppable and his fantastic save from Kenwyne Jones leading to the Trinidadian plundering a second goal. The only complaint on his display would be whether he went down too early or not for Jones' second. 6.
Smith - Was solid and dependable for Town on the right and sent in a series of crosses which tested the Cardiff rearguard. Can be happy with his resilient display, despite being on the losing side. 6.
Lynch - Recovered from his and Town's opening-day nightmare but was troubled throughout by the aerial presence of Jones the clever movement of Le Fondre around him and was pushed back as result. 5.
Wallace - Took his goal well and, while he struggled with the lively Cardiff strike pairing, he kept going and showed commitment throughout to help his team's cause and prevent another four-goal thrashing. 6.
Dixon - Did not offer Town the required quality at either end of the pitch, with his positional sense brought into question by Le Fondre, Mats Daehli and others in the Bluebirds' interchanging system. Likewise, there was very little in the way of an end product when he did get forward. 5.
Butterfield - An impressive performance on the whole for the Town new boy, who showed glimpses of his promise throughout with his set piece ability a particular highlight on an afternoon where Town were ultimately just beaten by the better side. 7.
Hogg - Improved on recent outings and cannot be accused of failing to help Town stem the tide. Cardiff swarmed all over Town in midfield after a tactical alteration but Hogg, who was neat with his passing and firm with his tackling, was sacrificed as the Terriers chased the game. 6.
Coady - Started very well for Town and offered the presence in midfield that we were treated to at Chesterfield. Sprayed the ball around and gave Town some added attacking impetus initially but faded in the second period. 7.
Majewski - The Pole was, again, one of the Terriers' primary attacking threats but he will come away with this game disappointed after failing to take at least one of the two first-half efforts which came his way. 6.
Wells - Was a menace to the Cardiff defence in the opening stages and Matthew Connolly looked to be struggling, but he was let down by strike partner Stead and the service into him. 6.
Stead - There was so much hope for the Town frontman after his superb display in midweek, but he had no impact on the game whatsoever here and the two-pronged strikeforce which worked so well in midweek became more of a hindrance defensively than a boost from an offensive perspective. 5.
Ward - His introduction coincided with one of Cardiff's strongest spells of the game but, nevertheless, he failed to carry out his task of giving Town more penetration in the final third. 5.
Hammill - The brightest of Town's trio to emerge from the bench as he finally gave Fabio something to think about in the left-back spot and was a strong runner for the Terriers on both flanks. 6.
Bunn - Worked hard and a chance finally came his way after a poor backpass from Connolly but could not take it. Spirited effort having been introduced at a difficult stage of the match. 6.
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