What did you make of Huddersfield Town's performance in the 5-0 defeat at Norwich City?

The Terriers suffered their heaviest defeat since February 2013 at Carrow Road after a second-half capitulation against Neil Adams' side, as Murray Wallace's 17th-minute red card proved costly.

A Bradley Johnson double and further strikes from Nathan Redmond, Cameron Jerome and Lewis Grabban consigned Town to a fourth loss on the spin away from home.

We collated your ratings from our player ratings scale below to see what you made of each performer as Chris Powell's men slipped to a damaging away defeat.

Also take a look above in our gallery to compare your ratings with ours, provided by online sports content writer Tom Marshall-Bailey.

And see our chart below to assess who you voted as the best and the worst performers from the game as well as reaction from supporters as Town's goal difference took a significant dent in East Anglia.

Norwich City 5-0 Huddersfield Town - fans' ratings

All numbers from Trinity Mirror Data Unit


Horror show. Bring in the development squad. - Mick, Shelley.

Let's not beat ourselves up too much, we did the same to Nottingham Forest and last week any one of the players could have been MOM against in-form Brentford. The sending off exposed us and it was a tough day but I think the players will take it on the chin, dust themselves down and respond in a way the manager expects! - William, Huddersfield.

Absolutely atrocious. Wouldn't pay this lot in chocolate buttons and that includes Powell! Technically very poor. No fight, no passion, no skill. Hudson was pathetic but the other defenders were only a fag paper better. Still say Smithies is not good enough. Waste of an afternoon. Relegation is definitely odds on with this type of performance. - Richard, Kirkburton.

The Terriers' defence is without question the worst in the Championship. I know we were facing a side who were in the top division last season, but our defence is utterly laughable. It has more holes than a sieve. There's absolutely no excuse for the kamikaze-style defending. The players should hang their heads in shame. Birmingham in a week's time will be another tough one - so we must improve defensively, or a second consecutive drubbing may be on the cards. - Chris, Dalton.