With the visitors looking to stifle and frustrate David Wagner's men, there was only ever one side who looked like winning the game.
The stalemate leaves the encounter finely poised heading to Hillsborough for the corresponding fixture on Wednesday evening.
But who was Huddersfield Town's Man of the Match? Have a look below at Blake Welton’s assessment and have your say with our gadget as well.
Didn’t have much to do due to the visitor’s negative tactics but did well when called upon - 7
The return of right wing side-kick Elias Kachunga helped Town’s skipper return to his marauding best - 8
In the thick of it throughout and offered Town their most effective option down the left-hand side - 8
Had the over-theatrical Fernando Forestieri in his back pocket for the majority of the game - 8
A calm and measured presence at the back and was even allowed to venture forward at times - 7
A calming presence in the middle of the pitch throughout and was continually on-hand to snuff out and stifle any Owls advances - 8
Some of the Australian’s decision-making was a little off but still dictated the tempo of the game for Town - 7
Fought for every ball and was a constant nuisance to Sheffield Wednesday’s backline - 8 (MOTM)
Still heavily bandaged up and returning to full fitness, was lively throughout without finding a way through a stubborn Owls defence - 7
Rajiv van La Parra
Worked hard but too often slowed the pace of the game down too much and made the wrong decisions - 7
At times too often isolated but still caused Glenn Loovens and Tom Lees enough problems throughout - 8
Collin Quaner (for Elias Kachunga, 78) - Failed to make an impression as the game petered out - 6
Martin Cranie (for Nahki Wells, 90) - Not on the pitch long enough to make an impact - 5
Tareiq Holmes-Dennis (for Chris Lowe, 90+1) - Not on the pitch long enough to make an impact - 5