Ratings: How Huddersfield Town players fared against Reading

HERE are the ratings for Huddersfield Town's players in Saturday afternoon's Championship home game with Reading at the John Smith's Stadium.

Huddersfield Town players celebrate with Fraizer Campbell after his early goal against Reading. Picture: Bruce Rollinson.
Huddersfield Town players celebrate with Fraizer Campbell after his early goal against Reading. Picture: Bruce Rollinson.

Schofield: Nice and alert in his 'sweeper-keeper' clearances and made a fantastic save moments before the half-time whistle to deny Holmes. No chance with either Reading goal. 7

Pipa: No dancing feet going forward and this was a day for discipline. On the back foot on the restart. 6

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Edmonds-Green: Composed and made a couple of key first-half challenges, but will not have been happy by the way Joao evaded him for the leveller. 6

Sarr: Kept Joao quiet in the first period, it was harder work on the restart. Made one excellent saving challenge just before the break. 6

Toffolo: Bombed forward with intent in typical Toffolo fashion when the chance afforded it. Booked. 6

Eiting: Overcame an injury scare around the half-hour mark. 6

Hogg: Astute positional play, as ever. Rarely lets his club down and dug in for the team. 7

O'Brien: A few trademark surges forward from the young midfielder. But could not dominate as Reading held sway impressively on the resumption. 6

Bacuna: At heart of plenty that was good in the first half for Town especially. 7

Mbenza: Worked hard for the team and his excellent cross was laid on a plate for Campbell. Went close to a late leveller on two occasions. Booked. 6

Campbell: Wonderful centre-forward's header to provide Town with the early breakthrough. 6

Substitutes: Pritchard (Eiting 70), 6, Phillips (Edmonds-Green 87).

Not used: Hamer, Vallejo, Duhaney, Crichlow, J Brown, Rowe, Jackson.