Huddersfield Town Player Ratings vs Everton: How did the Terriers fare?
Huddersfield Town were only able to pick up another point after drawing 1-1 with Everton at Goodison Park. David Wagner will be feeling the pressure given that the Terriers are languishing right above the relegation zone.
Philip Billing opened the scoring for Huddersfield Town but Everton swiftly struck back through Dominic Calvert-Lewin. The Toffees created an ample number of opportunities but were unable to get the ball into the net.
Huddersfield Town Player Ratings
Jonas Lossl (7/10)
Lossl made a string of important saves to keep the likes of Cenk Tosun and Theo Walcott at bay.
Florent Hadergjonaj (6/10)
The right-back did whip in a couple of crosses into the box but Huddersfield were unable to convert it. He didn’t look defensively confident though.
Zanka was calm and composed on the ball. He was also crisp with his passing and kept things simple at the back.
Christopher Schindler (8/10)
Schindler was solid at the back for the Terriers and rarely played a wrong pass.
Terrence Kongolo (7/10)
Kongolo made a couple of important vital interceptions and tackles to ensure Huddersfield came away with a point.
Chris Lowe (7/10)
Lowe’s teasing balls into the box posed all sorts of problems for the Toffees. The left-back was impressive with his work rate as well.
Adama Diakhaby (5/10)
The winger was often dispossessed and rarely produced anything going forward.
Aaron Mooy (6/10)
Mooy’s distribution in the middle of the park was frutiful, but the midfielder was unable to influence the game otherwise.
Philip Billing (9/10)
Billing scored the Terriers’ only goal of the game and was a vital presence in the middle of the park.
Rajiv van la Parra (7/10)
Van la Parra was impressive down the left flank and was a menace for the Everton defenders throughout the game.
Steve Mounie (7/10)
Mounie wasn’t at his best on the night and was unable to threaten Everton’s goal.
Elias Kachunga (5/10)
Kachunga came on as a substitute but the Congo international was often easily dealt with.
Erik Durm (7/10)
The former Borussia Dortmund man came on and put in a good shift at the back. He ensured the scoreline stayed at 1-1.
Laurent Depoitre (N/A)
The striker was brought on in place of Steve Mounie but had no time to play a role.