Former Rotherham United and Leeds United boss Neil Redfearn praised Huddersfield Town for their fightback against MK Dons.
The two sides cancelled each other out to record a 1-1 draw on Tuesday night, with Huddersfield bouncing back from a goal down to claim a draw.
Redfearn was working for BBC Radio Leeds as a summariser and told the station he was impressed with the way Huddersfield fought back.
He said: "Full credit to David Wagner, he had the initiative to make the tactical switch to turn it round for Town."
Redfearn went on to pick out three players he felt were integral to Huddersfield's performance.
He added: "Three stand out players were both centre-backs, Cranie and Hudson, Hogg in front of them was tremendous. The three of them played really experienced roles in a good comeback."
Nakhi Wells scored the goal while Huddersfield played much of the match with 10 men after substitute Philip Billing was sent off after only four minutes.
The point was enough to keep Huddersfield a point above Redfearn's old side Leeds United, who could only manage a home draw with Fulham.
A play-off run remains unlikely, currently 15 points back from sixth place. The Terriers are in 16th position, while MK Dons' draw keeps them six points clear of the relegation zone.