What did Huddersfield Town fans make of the performance in the 3-0 defeat at Charlton Athletic?

Goals from Johann Berg Gudmundsson and Tony Watt (2) made it a return to forget for Chris Powell at his former side as the Terriers' recent impressive run away from home came to an abrupt halt.

Gudmundsson gave the Addicks a first-half advantage with a stunning free-kick before January signing Watt stole the show in the second half; first latching onto an Igor Vetokele pass to slot home before driving past Mark Hudson and crashing a finish beyond Alex Smithies.

We collated your ratings from our player ratings scale below to see what you made of each performer as the Terriers' fell to an unwelcome defeat and dropped back into the bottom half of the table on goal difference.

Also, take a look above in our gallery to compare your ratings with ours, provided by online sports 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 Powell endured a miserable return to The Valley.

Charlton Athletic 3-0 Huddersfield Town - fans' player ratings

All numbers from Trinity Mirror Data Unit

A disappointing result, but typical of our team and that of the 23 other teams in our league. Great support from the fans, let's hope the fans turn up to the next home match. Josh, Birstall.

Once again, pace was our undoing. They had it but we lack it, we don't have anybody (including Scannell) who can run with the ball at the kind of pace Charlton, Wolves and many other teams do. I think the main problem is we are technically not good enough, we need too many touches all over the pitch. We need to know what is going to happen signings-wise this summer before we spend our money on season tickets! Graham, Wooldale.

Defence woeful again. Edgar simply not good enough, but neither are Smith and Robinson. Fast forwards leaving them for dead. Andrew, Pudsey.

I've a lot of time for Chris Powell and both respect and trust his judgement. I feel he now has to admit that Edgar is not the defender he hoped he was when he signed him and quickly reverts to Smith in our back line. Hopefully Lynch will be back against Brentford and we line up 3-5-2- with Smith, Hudson and Lynch in defence and our proven central midfield trio of Hogg, Butterfield and Coady. Alison, Thurstonland.

Another awful performance, the fans were magnificent, the team were not. A lop-sided formation terrorised by Charlton's pressing led to abject passing and regular loss of possession. We did create some chances but none were taken through poor finishing or frantic blocking. Why were substitutions not made in the first half? I'm dreading going to Brentford if this is to be repeated! Philip, London.

Mr Powell wants to stop messing about with formations and players who don't have a clue what they are doing. Typical Town display after a good win, felt sorry for the magnificent away supporters who travelled to London and only got tripe for tea. David, Wyke.

Spineless, toothless, disjointed - no words describe how poorly we performed today. The Terriers will always be a mid-table side, because we can never put a string of results together that will catapult us into the top half of this demanding league. Our next fixture against promotion chasers Brentford will be another difficult assignment, so it's absolutely compulsory that we tighten up at the back - while offering more up front - or a second consecutive trouncing may be on the cards. Chris, Dalton.

Wrong formation away from home. We must start three in midfield, otherwise we get overrun. We have to be harder to beat. Come on Town, get it right for Tuesday. Arthur, Shepley.

Consistency, consistency - why can we never achieve that? Played like they had just met each other at kick off! How can we expect fans to come along when we do this time after time? Questions have to be asked about commitment and mentality of some if not most of the squad. Roger, Menston.

When Hudson and Wallace are confronted with pace, it's embarrassing. Add to that the snail-like Edgar, no protection in front, and 3-0 could have been worse. Lynch and a new central defender are vital. Peter, Quarmby.