Huddersfield 2-0 Hull City: The Terriers earn important three points

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Hull City on away loss to Huddersfield at John Smith’s Stadium on Sunday. Huddersfield arrived with the intention of improving their league position following a disappointing 3-3 draw with Luton Town in their previous game. Hull City had been hopeful of extending their winning run, after a 2-1 victory against Wigan Athletic. Huddersfield and Hull City are 23rd, (11 points) and 20th, (14 points), in the table respectively, after 14 matches.

The Terriers started the match strongly, thanks to a goal from Lewie Coyle in the 29th minute, and they saw out the first half 1-0.

Huddersfield fought back, when Michal Helik found the net on the 51 minute mark, seing the match finish 2-0.

Substitutions for Huddersfield included Connor Mahoney, Ollie Turton, Josh Ruffels and Charles Ondo for Jack Rudoni, Duane Holmes, Ben Jackson and Danny Ward, respectively. Hull City brought on Dogukan Sinik, Ryan Woods, Jean Seri, Greg Docherty and Tyler Smith, to replace Callum Elder, Dimitris Pelkas, Ozan Tufan, Regan Slater and Ryan Longman.

There were bookings for Yuta Nakayama, Sorba Thomas, Connor Mahoney and Charles Ondo from Huddersfield, and Regan Slater, Cyrus Christie and Ryan Longman, for Hull City.

Huddersfield will next play Rotherham United away, with Hull City facing Birmingham City at home.

Technical card:
Huddersfield Town:Lee Nicholls, Ben Jackson (Josh Ruffels, min.78), Michal Helik, Sorba Thomas, Tom Lees, Yuta Nakayama, Danny Ward (Charles Ondo, min.87), Etiene Camara, Jack Rudoni (Connor Mahoney, min.66), Duane Holmes (Ollie Turton, min.78) and Jordan Rhodes
Hull City:Nathan Baxter, Cyrus Christie, Oscar Estupinan, Lewie Coyle, Dimitris Pelkas (Ryan Woods, min.56), Ryan Longman (Tyler Smith, min.86), Ozan Tufan (Jean Seri, min.56), Regan Slater (Greg Docherty, min.56), Callum Elder (Dogukan Sinik, min.46), Jacob Greaves and Alfie Jones
Stadium:John Smith’s Stadium
Goals:Lewie Coyle (1-0, min. 29) and Michal Helik (2-0, min. 51)