Huddersfield Town exited the Capital One Cup with a 2-0 defeat at home to Nottingham Forest as an own-goal from James Vaughan and Henri Lansbury's late strike saw the Championship leaders progress to the third round.
The Terriers had impressed in the opening stages and hit the post through Jonathan Stead, but the visitors were handed the lead in bizarre circumstances when Vaughan made a mess of clearing a corner and they never looked back.
But how did each Town player rank in the defeat to Forest?
See our player ratings below.
Murphy - Made a smart couple of saves to deny Forest in the first half and seemed to relish being handed the opportunity to truly stake his claim for the No.1 jersey but may feel slightly frustrated by not getting down to stop Lansbury's killer second. Had no chance with the opener. 6.
Smith - Looked visibly weary after Antonio forced him into submission in the opening half and the overlapping runs he showed at the weekend, which helped set up Nahki Wells' opener against Charlton Athletic, were nowhere to be seen. Improved after the break but was sacrificed as Mark Lillis went for a bold approach in the final stages. 5.
Wallace - Had his red card rescinded and Town benefited from it as he put in another commanding performance at the heart of the defence to guide his team in the first half. Could do little about either goal. 7.
Lynch - Barely put a foot wrong in the opening period and it was refreshing to see him so calm and composed on the ball given the events of recent weeks. The main gripe on his display would be whether or not he could have got across quicker to prevent Lansbury from firing home. 6.
Dixon - Continues to suffer from the lack of a regular partner in front of him and some of his passing and final delivery in wide areas was impacted on. Generally sound defensively but one slip almost proved costly. 5.
Hammill - Plenty of running but ultimately nothing to show for it. The closest he came to truly providing the service required for those in the middle was when a cross clipped off Lascelles and nearly found its way into the far corner of the net. 6.
Butterfield - Has failed to hit the heights of his goalscoring cameo at Reading in the last two outings and the two-man formation in central midfield does not appear to be doing him many favours. Occasionally wasteful with his passing and positionally questionable. 5.
Coady - Not his best display since joining but he was as gutsy as ever and one application of pressure on a Forest defender in the first half drew praise from half the stadium. Filled in at right-back and did a solid enough job. 6.
Ward - One shot, which arrived in the final throes of the contest and landed on the top of the net from range, saved him from having a lower mark. He has struggled to hit the heights of previous years at Town and seems to be inhibited, perhaps because of injuries and a bit-part role this season but he never truly got into the game here. 5.
Bunn - The energetic frontman shows terrific enthusiasm and he was up to the same tricks against Forest early on, showing plenty of industry and his pace and power gave the visitors an initial headache, particularly when he bulldozed his way through before slamming against the side netting. 6.
Stead - Starved of any service and as a result had to come deep to get involved in play, which did not seem to work either. With that said, he competed for just about every aerial challenge and came out on top on a few occasions. 5.
Vaughan - The fans sang his name throughout but his influence at the attacking end of the pitch was minimal. At the other end, it was to prove monumental, as he headed into his own net. 5.
Holmes - Showed a good turn of pace and some clever touches in possession but was too easily shrugged off the ball on some occasions but he was introduced at a tough period of the game as Forest seized the ascendancy. 5.
Scannell - Worked hard on the right but, other than one forceful run which yielded a free-kick, there was precious little to show for it in a difficult scenario after coming on. 5.
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