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Huddersfield Town vs Blackpool: Town's terrible form continue as they drop all three points at home
Huddersfield Town vs Blackpool: Town's terrible form continue as they drop all three points at home
Huddersfield Town vs Blackpool: Town's terrible form continue as they drop all three points at home
Football Huddersfield Town vs Blackpool: Town's terrible form continue as they drop all...

Huddersfield Town vs Blackpool: Town’s terrible form continue as they drop all three points at home

Huddersfield Town vs Blackpool
EFL Championship
The John Smith’s Stadium

The Terriers who finished 3rd last season in the Championship were desperate for points. Leading into the fixture this weekend. Pool on the other hand, were looking for a win after dropping points in 3 consecutive games.

The hosts were in control of much of the fixture. They held most of the possession and as a result created more chances.

However, the visitors made the most of the chances they created. And were able to score the only goal of the fixture. Corbeanu’s goal in the 38th minute sealed all three points for the Seasiders.

Huddersfield Town vs Blackpool: Match report

Full-time: Huddersfield Town 0-1 Blackpool

Goal: T Corbeanu (38′)

Huddersfield Town

Lee Nicholls; Tom Lees, Jonathan Hogg (Josh Ruffels, 56’) Ollie Turton: Kaine Kesler-Hayden (Pat Jones, 56’), Jack Rudoni, Jon Russell (Etienne Camara, 81’), Yuta Nakayama; Tino Anjorin (Duane Holmes, 73’), Danny Ward (Jordan Rhodes, 81’), Sorba Thomas

Unused subs: Nicholas Bilokapic, Michał Helik

Blackpool

Grimshaw, Gabriel, Ekpiteta, Williams (68′ Husband), Thorniley, Thompson, Dougall, Connolly, Poveda (76′ Lavery), Yates, Corbeanu (76′ Hamilton)

Unused subs: Maxwell, J Moore, Garbutt, Wright.

Managers’ reaction

Huddersfield’s Danny Schofield: “I’ve seen the incident a number of times from a number of different angles and it’s a tough one to take because we feel it was a goal that was not awarded. When I went to speak to him at the end. I was very emotional and he was pointing at his watch, because he was going off goal-line technology, so it’s difficult to pin the blame on the ref because it was down to the technology and I’m not sure if he can overrule that. It would certainly take a brave man to do so.”

Blackpool’s Michael Appleton: “I’ve not looked back at it and I’ve done that purposely, but I’ve been told it was potentially over the line and that’s not great from their point of view. I’ve been in the game a hell of a long time, though, and I know these types of things can happen. They have happened against me before and I know the club were on the receiving end of one last season against QPR.”

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