West Ham rescued a point in Yorkshire this afternoon, as the Hammers drew 1-1 with Huddersfield at the John Smiths Stadium.
After Alex Pritchard gave the Terriers an early lead, West Ham struggled to get back into the game.
This was until the magical Felipe Anderson rescued West Ham again, scoring the equaliser with a fantastic finish to get a great away point for West Ham.
Here’s how we rated the West Ham players after the draw against Huddersfield.
Lukasz Fabianski - 7
Didn’t have much to do in the second half, but was superb to limit Huddersfield to only one goal in the first half.
Pablo Zabaleta - 6
Struggled to cope with the Huddersfield attack in the first half. Didn’t affect the game much going forward.
Fabian Balbuena - 6
Despite Mounie causing him problems first half, he was very much improved in the second.
Issa Diop - 5
Awful first half and almost handed the Terriers a goal. However, much improved after the break.
Aaron Cresswell - 6
Supported Anderson well but poor first half defensively.
Declan Rice - 5
Poor game. Looked off all game and made some big mistakes.
Grady Diangana - 6
Started brightly but faded. Taken off at half time.
Pedro Obiang - 3
Awful game. Hauled off second half deservedly.
Robert Snodgrass - 5
Booked so will miss next game against Man City. Good set pieces but Huddersfield pressure limited his impact.
Felipe Anderson - 8
Despite a poor first half, Felipe Anderson scored another great goal to rescue the points.
Marko Arnautovic - 6
Should’ve scored, but lack of supply limited his impact.
Javier Hernandez – 5
Michail Antonio – 5
Ryan Fredericks – 6