Huddersfield Town ended their nine-game losing run in a goalless draw at Cardiff but there was controversy as the Terriers were denied a penalty when referee Lee Mason changed his mind.
Mason had pointed to the spot when Florent Hadergjonaj went to ground after a Joe Bennett challenge, but, after speaking with an assistant, reversed his decision.
Bottom of the table Huddersfield were the better side, with the hosts not having a shot on target.
Jason Puncheon, making his first Premier League appearance for the visitors since joining on loan from Crystal Palace, had a good chance in the eighth minute but shot just wide from 25 yards.
Steve Mounie’s hooked effort at goal was pushed over the top in a match short of quality and chances.
More to follow.