Barnsley manager Mark Robins hailed two-goal striker Andy Gray and his partnership with loan signing Marlon Harewood following his side's 2-2 draw at Cardiff.
Gray, a 12th-minute substitute for Danny Haynes who was withdrawn due to a hamstring injury, twice levelled for the Tykes after Peter Whittingham and then Dekel Keinan had put Cardiff ahead.
Robins said: "Andy Gray was fantastic and he and Marlon linked up well. His first goal was excellent. He has read it well coming from Marlon and stuck it in.
"We missed a few chances as well and we could have, and should have had the game sown up.
"We gave the supporters, who were excellent, something to be happy about as they headed back up to Barnsley."