Ratings: How Huddersfield Town players fared against Cardiff City

HERE are the Huddersfield Town player ratings from Friday evening’s Championship home game against Cardiff City at the John Smith’s Stadium.

Huddersfield Town's Juninho Bacuna sticks a foot in against Cardiff City. Picture: BRUCE ROLLINSON.

Schofield: Alert early save to block Flint’s close-range effort and made a fine reaction save before the break to keep out Vaulks’s stinging volley which he only saw at the last moment and was solid. 7

Edmonds-Green: Made one mistake to let in Josh Murphy just before the break, but it was a rare blemish. 7

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Keogh: Won his fair share of headers and made the most of his recall. Had a good second-half chance. 7

Sarr: Was decisive in his defensive clearances and did well enough against an awkward customer in Kieffer Moore. 7

Rowe: Posted problems to Bagan before he came off injured and had a good night. 7.

J Bacuna: Picked up some nice positions and had Town’s best first-half chance. 7

Vallejo: Held his ground well enough and had a sound night. 7.

O’Brien: The stand-in captain’s commitment was total and showed energy in the middle of the park and set two late great chances. 8

Pipa: Spurned a golden late opportunity. Showed a heavy touch and Phillips saved. 7

Campbell: Dropped deep to try and link play and was another whose commitment was unstinting. But missed a glaring chance in the last ten to win it.. 6

Sanogo: His hold-up work was encouraging. But ultimately the game will be remembered for his penalty miss. 6

Substitutes: Phillips (Sanogo 78), 6.

Stearman (Rowe 90).

Not used: Pereira, Holmes, Duhaney, Mbenza, Crichlow, J Brown, High.