Huddersfield Town were hit by a late Charlton Athletic sucker punch as Igor Vetokele grabbed a stoppage-time equaliser to ensure a share of the spoils with the 10-man Terriers.
Town overcame the dismissal of Murray Wallace for a foul on the dangerous Vetokele on the stroke of half-time to take a second-half lead through Nahki Wells, but the Addicks rallied and grabbed a late leveller through their early-season top scorer.
But how did each Town player rank in the stalemate?
See our player ratings below.
Smithies - Did not have to make many saves throughout the game as Charlton rarely threatened any goalmouth action but fielded everything that came his way with authority and was quick off his line when Vetokele got the better of either centre-back, although he may be slightly disappointed with his positioning for the equaliser. 7.
Smith - Refused to be beaten down the left flank by Cousins and left some firm tackles in on the Addicks starlet. Got forward with purpose to lay on the assist for Wells' opener and showed the solidity in tandem with Scannell which worked so well against Reading. 7.
Lynch - Picked up where he left off at Reading with another heroic performance in central defence which was only partially marred by his inability to get across quick enough to deal with Vetokele for the goal but he won almost every header he competed for and led by example. 8.
Wallace - His dismissal seemed harsh but his defendingto allow Vetokele through so easily was questionable in the only error he committed throughout his 45 minutes on the field. Otherwise, he showed tremendous discipline against the two Addicks strikers. 7.
Dixon - Steady at left-back and Gudmundsson, who was hailed as one of the visitors' primary threats prior to the game - was not given a yard of space to dictate play from the right. The Scot's commitment to the cause was invaluable. 7.
Peltier - Composed enough in possession and it felt no coincidence that once his presence had left the field, the away side began to finally settle into a passing rhythm in midfield. A recurrence of his injury was ill-timed and shook Town. 7.
Coady - Another outstanding performance from the towering central midfielder, who combined graft with craft to set Town on the front foot and recover possession. The only slight on an otherwise masterful showing was his struggle at times in central defence, where he looked less assured. 8.
Scannell - Showed the work-rate that embellished his midweek cameo to the home fans and received a rapturous applause when he was replaced in the second period. But that should not detract from his attacking play and he had a key role to play in Town's goal as he tucked Smith through with a cute back-heel. 7.
Butterfield - Perhaps the only Town performer who it just did not quite work for but his application was faultless. The usual drive, both in his running and his passing, was missing and it led to a slightly subdued performance. 6.
Bunn - His youthful exuberance shone bright in midweek and it did so again as he kept on running to epitomise his side's hunger and desire. Went close with a first-half striker which was tipped wide but never gave up. 7.
Wells - Gave the visitors all sorts of problems from an early stage as he hassled and harried defenders into mistakes, although he will be disappointed not to have given his side the lead earlier having rounded Nick Pope in the Addicks goal. He stuck to the task, however, and was rewarded for his patience and clever six-yard-box play with a poacher's goal from Smith's centre. 8.
Majewski - Struggled to truly get hold of the ball in midfield and was caught in possession on a few occasions in a below-par cameo. 5.
Vaughan - Was treated to a hero's welcome and almost capped it with a stunning strike destined for the top corner until Pope's intervention in the Charlton goal before feeling he should have had a penalty for a shove on him by Addicks stopper Tal Ben Haim. 7.
Hammill - Was unable to have much of an impact, but his sumptuous cross teed up Vaughan for the aforementioned penalty shout. 6.
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