Huddersfield Town could only manage a draw in their Yorkshire derby against struggling Barnsley.

The result at a wet and windy Oakwell left Poya Asbaghi still waiting for his first win as Barnsley head coach.

In a game where both teams looked low on confidence, a 1-1 draw was perhaps a fair outcome.

The Terriers, cheered on by nearly 4,000 travelling fans, took the lead through Lewis O’Brien, who struck a crisp left foot shot into the far corner from around 12 yards out.

It was a fitting goal scorer as O'Brien looked much the most creative player in blue and white throughout the match.

Town had chances to double their lead, but were pegged back just before half time when Carlton Morris levelled the scores.

A largely uneventful second half left both sets of fans frustrated, with Huddersfield dropping to 11th and Barnsley remaining second from bottom.