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Huddersfield vs West Brom: The Terriers threw away a two goal lead to settle for a point
Huddersfield vs West Brom: The Terriers threw away a two goal lead to settle for a point
Huddersfield vs West Brom: The Terriers threw away a two goal lead to settle for a point
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Huddersfield vs West Brom: The Terriers threw away a two goal lead to settle for a point

Huddersfield vs West Brom
Championship
The John Smith’s Stadium

The hosts needed a solid result from this fixture as they had just three points in four games. They started well with Anjorin opening the scoring in the 11th minute. He managed to double the lead in the 30th to complete a brace.

Wallace pulled one for the visitors back minutes later. He then equalised in the 57th minute. Albion were not able to find the winner despite controlling the game.

Thus the fixture ended with a scoreline 2-2.

Huddersfield vs West Brom: Match report

Full time score: Huddersfield 2-2 West Brom

Goals: F Anjorin (11th minute, 30th minute), J Wallace (37th minute, 57th minute)

Town: Lee Nicholls; Harry Toffolo, Tom Lees, Matty Pearson, Ollie Turton; Lewis O’Brien, Jon Russell, Jonathan Hogg, Danel Sinani (Levi Colwill, 77’); Danny Ward (Jordan Rhodes, 89’), Sorba Thomas (Tino Anjorin, 89’)

Unused Subs: Jamal Blackman; Pipa, Duane Holmes, Carel Eiting

Albion: Button; Furlong, Ajayi, O’Shea, Townsend; Molumby (Robinson 82), Yokuslu; Wallace, Swift, Diangana; Grant.

Substitutes: Palmer, Bartley, Gardner-Hickman, Reach, Livermore, Fellows.

Managers’ reaction

Huddersfield’s Danny Schofield: “Tino Anjorin scored two outstanding goals. He’s a player we know has got a lot of potential. Tino Anjorin has game-winning qualities which is hard to come by in football.

“We will keep working with Tino so he can play 90 minutes. He is young but he will get there. We identified there would be moments (against West Brom) where we could counter. We can be a threat on the counter. It was a well-deserved point. We started the game in an outstanding manner.”

West Brom’s Steve Bruce: “It’s the biggest penalty I’ve ever seen. When decisions are like that, the linesman said he was too far away. Everybody in the crowd knew it was a penalty.

“It’s frustrating however I couldn’t fault the way we were. After a wonderful goal by them and we’ve gifted them a (second) goal we still played the way we wanted to play. It’s starting to take shape a little bit.”

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