Sheffield Wednesday 1 Huddersfield Town 1 - player ratings

QUALITY GOAL: Josh Windass puts Sheffield Wednesday in frontQUALITY GOAL: Josh Windass puts Sheffield Wednesday in front
QUALITY GOAL: Josh Windass puts Sheffield Wednesday in front
Huddersfield Town came from behind to take a point that did them more good than it did Sheffield Wednesday.

The Owls' seven-match losing streak is at an end, but it is the Terriers who took more from a poor quality game, and go into the international break four games unbeaten.

Chief football writer Stuart Rayner takes a look at who performed the best for each side in the 1-1 draw.

Sheffield Wednesday

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Keiren Westwood – made a good save from Naby Sarr and was unfortunate it led to him conceding 6

Tom Lees – defended well as Huddersfield were kept at bay 6

Sam Hutchinson – played well until he got injured dealing with a Pipa cross 7

Julian Borner – had to keep an eye on Juninho Bacuna and did so 6

Liam Palmer – Lewis O'Brien in particular caused him problems 6

Joey Pelupessy – held the midfield alongside Barry Bannan 6

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Barry Bannan – unable to have the influence the Owls would have hoped 6

Adam Reach – did not have a massive impact with Wednesday's main threat down the other side 6

Kadeem Harris – a decent outlet early on but unable to make it count and was substituted in the second half 6

Josh Windass – showed pace, strength and a great finish to score his side's goal 7

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Jordan Rhodes – dropped off the front well at times and made the goal that way, and had a penalty appeal too 7


Osaze Urhoghide (for Hutchinson, 60) – came on to keep the back three in tact 5

Callum Paterson (for Rhodes, 60) – unlucky with the own goal 5

Liam Shaw (for Harris, 60) – tried his best to influence things in the hole 6

Elias Kachunga (for Windass, 81) – N/A.

Not used: Marriott, Penney, Green, Wildsmith, Hunt.

Huddersfield Town

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Ryan Schofield – like his opposite number, he did not have much to do 6

Ramani Edmonds-Green – sacrificed at half-time as Carlos Corberan switched to a back four 6

Richard Keogh – one fantastic block but the Owls thought he should have conceded a penalty 6

Naby Sarr – unable to deal with Windass's goal but made amends, stretching onto a deep free-kick to set up the equaliser 6

Demeaco Duhaney – coped with what was thrown at him 6

Jonathan Hogg – combative as always in midfield 6

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Lewis O'Brien – played more like a left winger at times in the second half to provide a real threat 8

Pipa – not able to attack as much as he would have liked but did his job defensively 6

Juninho Bacuna – fell between stools at times in the positions he found himself in, part midfielder, part winger 6

Fraizer Campbell – had a penalty appeal turned down 6

Duane Holmes – caused a few problems but made way so targetman Sanogo could come on 6.


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Isaac Mbenza (for Edmonds-Green, 46) – his free-kick produced the equaliser 6

Yaya Sanogo (for Holmes, 60) – gave his side another dimension 6

Richard Stearman (for Duhaney, 81) – N/A

Aaron Rowe (for Campbell, 90) – N/A.

Not used: Vallejo, Ward, Brown, Pereira, High.

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