Huddersfield

Huddersfield

Huddersfield
  • Steve Mounie 12'
  • Steve Mounie 43'
2:0

B&H Albion

B&H Albion
B&H Albion
Huddersfield

Huddersfield

VS
B&H Albion

B&H Albion

  • Steve Mounie 12'
  • Steve Mounie 43'
Goal
Huddersfield

Huddersfield

B&H Albion

B&H Albion

Summary

Huddersfield vs Brighton (2-0) – 9.12.2017

Huddersfield vs Brighton Match Report:

Match week 16 (9 Dec 2017 – 10 Dec 2017)
Official Referee :Stuart Attwell
Stadium :John Smith’s Stadium, Huddersfield
Total Attendance : 24,018
Huddersfield number 24 striker Steve Mounie scored both goals as Huddersfield Town ended a run of four straight defeats with a 2-0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion. 

23 years old citizan of Parakou, Benin Mounie put the Terriers ahead on 12 minutes when he bundled the ball home at the far post after Christopher Schindler had flicked on a corner.

Fire on this day he doubled the lead just before the break with a header, this time from a Zanka assist, that escaped the clutches of Brighton goalkeeper Mat Ryan.

Brighton & hove number 1 goalkeeper Ryan was called into action to save from Elias Kachunga in the second half while Glenn Murray’s shot was stopped by Huddersfield’s Jonas Lossl.

Huddersfield Town Association Football Club climb to 11th in the table, two places and one point above the Seagulls.

 

Premier League Match Preview

Huddersfield vs Brighton

3:00pm Saturday 9th December

The John Smith’s Stadium

Huddersfield vs Brighton Head to Head & Recent Match

Huddersfield Town Season So far Brighton and Hove Albion
4 Won 4
3 Drawn 5
8 Lost 6
0.6 Per Match Avg Goals Scored 0.93
1.73 Per Match Avg Goals Conceded 1.27
0.4 Per Match Chances Created 0.87
0 – 3 v Crystal Palace Biggest Win 0 – 3 v West Ham
5 – 0 v Arsenal Worst Defeat 1 – 5 v Liverpool

The Terriers defender Martin Cranie has picked up a slight injury but manager David Wagner is hoping he will be back in training on Friday.

The Seagulls have no new injury concerns, with Steve Sidwell (back) the only absentee.

Huddersfield vs Brighton Unpublished 

In This Premier League Season this is the first top-flight encounter between Huddersfield Town and Brighton & Hove Albion.

David Wagner team have scored the fewest second-half goals in the Premier League this season (3) but have conceded the most after the break (19).

Chris Hughton team have only won one of their last nine away league matches at Huddersfield (D4 L4) and lost 1-3 at the John Smith’s Stadium in the Championship last season.

Winger Patrick Knockaert  has had a hand in eight goals in seven previous appearances against Huddersfield in all competitions (five goals, three assists).

Huddersfield Manager David Wagner Sayed – We don’t enjoy having a few defeats in a row but we have had experience of periods like this and we have always been able to bounce back.

Official Referee: Stuart Attwell
Official Assistants: Eddie Smart, Andy Halliday
Match Fourth official: Mike Jones