It was a red letter day for Huddersfield Town on Saturday, as David Wagner led his side to a first victory under his stewardship - and the first win in seven games for the Terriers.
Town overpowered the hosts, and although they enjoyed less possession than against Middlesbrough, created more chances, took more shots and ultimately scored more goals.
It took Aston Villa fan Joe Lolley fewer than sixty seconds to break the deadlock in front of the Tilton, and Nahki Wells made sure of the points with a tap-in from a Sean Scannell pass on 83 minutes to the delight of his boss and the away end.
We collated your ratings from the scale to see what you made of each player's display in the Midlands.
Dean Whitehead was your Man of the Match, but he was only narrowly ahead of Scannell, who set up both goals.
Check out the gallery above to see how your ratings compared to Examiner Huddersfield Town writer, Doug Thomson.