What did Huddersfield Town fans make of the performance in the 1-0 FA Cup defeat at home to Reading at the weekend ?

The Terriers exited at the third round stage as substitute Nick Blackman struck the all-decisive goal midway through the second half.

Town's best chance fell to James Vaughan just after the break, but he spurned the opening by heading over the crossbar from close range before Blackman made him pay with a clever one-two and finish past Alex Smithies.

We collated your ratings from our player ratings scale below to see what you made of each performer as Powell's side fell to a second home defeat in three games against the Royals.

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 FA Cup adventure came to a premature end.

Huddersfield Town 0-1 Reading - fans' player ratings

All numbers from Trinity Mirror Data Unit

Two poor sides each trying to bore each other into submission! Shame really as a decent draw in the next round could virtually fund a transfer that we desperately need. - Gareth, Pontefract.

Awful, not one shot at goal. We should get our money back. If I was the manager I would personally pay the supporters out of embarrassment. No home team should ever go a game without some kind of effort on goal - but it's not a surprise. When you see them doing their shooting practice before the game not many hit the target. Give the lot of them until the Leeds game, then clear the lot out if nothing improves. - Graham, Wooldale.

Very poor game. We missed our only creative midfield player in Butterfield. No change of tactics by the manager and we are up one minute, down the next. Need some good wheeling and dealing in transfer window to avoid relegation. - Glenn, Leigh.

No tempo, no passion, once again beaten by poor opponents - this is happening too much under a too cautious Powell. Bunn was found out weeks ago and shouldn't be learning his trade in the first team. Luke, Lockwood.

A brilliant chance to get into round four and, although the referee was a disgrace, we should be beating teams like Reading. A massive improvement against Watford and Middlesbrough is needed, as well as a new centre-back pairing. - James, Mirfield.

We lacked the creative spark needed to break down their resolute defence. Defensively we were sound - until Blackman found an opening and took his opportunity superbly with a cool finish. Powell needs to look at his current squad carefully and consider his options. An injection of fresh energy would definitely bolster our chances of avoiding the dreaded drop. We'll just have to see how it pans out. - Chris, Dalton.

Shocking performance, poor management and waste of my hard-earned cash. Dean Hoyle wants to refund all fans for that performance. If we carry on we are fast heading back to League One, where we will stay for another 10 years. Absolutely appalling from every player, coach and the manager. Get it sorted Town!!! - John, Morley.

Deano was desperate to get a good cup run for much-needed revenue, another early exit which probably cost Town more to stage. Wigan away on Jan 24 in a relegation battle is where the team will be, maybe they were hoping for the weekend off! Harsh words need to be said by someone at Town, not one shot on target today. Gateshead had four & Southport two against better teams away from home. SHAMELESS! Steve, Huddersfield.

Once again, a lack of effort from too many of the team. We've changed the manager and asked the fans to be positive. We've got a great Chairman and board too. Now it's time for the players to put it in, EVERY game. Not good enough. - Michael, Linthwaite.

I don't think we played as well as we know we can, especially in the attacking third. The Reading goal was a very sloppy goal to concede. There was a lot of negativity in the way that we played. The crowd could have showed better support, but they came to see a good performance and that is not what they got. - Ben, Linthwaite.