By Mike Keegan For Mailonline
Published: 21:41 GMT, 2 January 2019 | Updated: 21:45 GMT, 2 January 2019
Ahead of this trans-Pennine tussle, cruelly branded El Scrapico by one heartless radio phone-in punter, Huddersfield chairman Dean Hoyle had vowed not to allow the Terriers to ‘sleepwalk into relegation’.
Defender Chris Schindler did not appear to get the memo, needlessly seeing red in what was a surprisingly entertaining relegation battle which saw two dismissals.
The bottom-of-the-table hosts had taken the lead on 33 minutes when Steve Mounie nodded home Isaac Mbenza’s deep cross to become the first Huddersfield Town striker to score this season.
The shot from Huddersfield Town striker Steve Mounie heads into the top right corner beyond the grasp of Tom Heaton
Burnley's Chris Wood scores the equalising goal for his team after they went 1-0 down to Huddersfield Town in the match
Referee Mike Dean brandishes the red card after Huddersfield Town's Christopher Schindler picked up a second yellow card
Burnley's Ashley Barnes celebrates scoring the goal which took his team into the lead against Huddersfield in the match
Huddersfield: Lossl 6; Hadergjonaj 5 (Lowe 71,5), Jorgensen 5, Schindler 4 (OFF 42), Kongolo 6; Hogg 6, Billing 6.5; Kachunga 6, Pritchard 5.5 (Durm 44, 6, Depoitre 82), Mbenza 6.5; Mounie 7
Subs: Hamer, Bacuna, Diakhaby, Stankovic
Manager: David Wagner 6
Goals: Mounie (33)
Burnley (4-4-2): Heaton 6; Bardsley 6 (Lowton 58, 6), Tarkowski 7, Mee 6.5, Taylor 6; Gudmundsson 6, Westwood 6, Cork 6.5, McNeil 7 (Brady 63, 4 OFF 90); Wood 7, Barnes 7 (Hendrick 90)
Subs: Hart, Vokes, Vydra, Long
Manager: Sean Dyche 7
Goals: Wood (40), Barnes (74)
Yellows: Mee, Bardsley, Wood, Heaton
Star man: Barnes