Huddersfield Town Vs Norwich – Grant Hanley’s own goal sealed victory for the Canaries on Wednesday night in the Sky Bet Championship match between Huddersfield and Norwich City at the John Smith’s Stadium.
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The Terriers enter the competition having gone four games without a league goal – equaling their longest run since 2000 – and away goalkeeper Angus Gunn was not called upon to make a save on Wednesday evening.
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But the lucky Hanley saw Martin curl the ball into his own net from a yard after Wagner’s half-volley went straight.
And Marquinhos was sent off just two minutes from time for a shoulder on Josh Raffels to add to a frustrating night for the visitors.
Earlier, Brazilian striker Gabriel Sara scored his third goal in four matches to give the play-off chasing Canaries a 1-1 lead at the break.
But David Wagner, returning to the club where he won promotion to the Premier League in 2017, was forced to share the spoils.
Set The Score Straight’
Norwich dominated during the opening exchanges and just before the quarter-hour mark Kenny McLean and Josh Sergeant crossed down the left channel, only for eight-yard efforts to go wide of goal.
Midway through the first half, center back Ben Gibson took the ball up the middle of the pitch before testing his luck with a 25-yard drive by Tomas Vaklik.
Moments later, McLean’s post-header from Sara’s corner went the wrong side of the post before the Canaries took the lead on 26 minutes.
The impressive McLean again sent Adam Ida on the left flank with Ramani Edmonds-Green in desperate pursuit.
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After Ida’s cross to the far post, Sarah met a controlled side-footed volley from eight yards.
The Terriers scored the first goal of the night on the half-hour mark, but Ben Jackson’s edge-of-the-box strike deflected off the visitors’ goal.
Seconds after the interval, Huddersfield’s first spell of sustained pressure created two chances at the other end of the pitch before Sarah fired from 20 yards, but Wagner’s free-kick cleared the crossbar and Danny Ward’s angled drive was blocked. A close post by Max Aarons
Then in the 65th minute, Wagner headed the ball to the edge of the penalty box after Josh Koroma won a tackle down the right. He lifted a calculated chip to the out-of-position gunner and after the ball hit the keeper’s right-hand post it bounced past a helpless Hanley.
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The Canaries went back on the offensive and saw Temu Pucci’s shot hit the bar by home midfielder Jack Rudoni.
Moments later, Rudoni felt another presence as he lowered the crossbar outside the penalty area
At the death, Marquinhos was held up by Vaclic with a near post drive by substitute Christos Tolis before he was shown red.
“I thought it was a good game and I enjoyed it. We are a young team, so it’s not surprising when we make mistakes and in the first half I was disappointed that we were blocking and then we were afraid of the ball because we were good but in the second half Ladd gave everything and the fans They went after them. The players want to keep it going
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“We’ve got nine games to play and they won’t be any tougher than our next three games against Millwall, Middlesbrough and Watford. I’m a fool to come here with a game like that, but everyone appreciates what we have to give. They’re happy tonight. It’s happened. Because he saw the team hit and the game is about commitment.”
“The result was disappointing. The first half was good and we deserved to take the lead. We played in the right positions and Kenny McLean had three good chances, two of which were on target. Then we had a couple of injuries which limited the sub. Later in the game And secondly, we didn’t get our song halfway through
“We conceded a lopsided goal and there was nothing in the game from Huddersfield before that, but we couldn’t respond and two injuries and a red card made it a very difficult evening. It means we now have to find a solution against Stoke. Saturday and the under-21s. Call the elders.”
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The hosts flew out of the blocks early, taking the lead in the sixth minute Daniel Sinani crossed wide with his left foot, Josh Sargent rose high to nod the ball past Lee Nicholls.
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Norwich doubled their lead through Cena in the 16th minute Sargent’s initial shot was deflected, Cena was on hand to finish it off
Town had their first chance of the game three minutes later, when Sorba Thomas played the ball up to Danny Ward, but Tim Krul cleared a left-footed half-volley.
With 25 minutes on the clock, Vardy tried his luck again A wonderful ball from Ken Kessler-Hayden saw our number 25 make a great connection from range on his weaker foot, but he couldn’t find the target.
After 10 minutes, some great work down the left from Jack Rudoni and Josh Raffles found space for Thomas, but the Welshman couldn’t find his cross wide in the box.
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Seconds later, Rudoni scored two tries of his own His first curl was in a good position to collect low, while the second was taken at an awkward angle, allowing the Norwich keeper to collect easily.
Town continued their quest to get back into the game, with Yuta Nakayama scoring a stunning strike from a free-kick. Unfortunately for the Terriers, they couldn’t follow up the dropped ball, as the hosts cleared it.
A disappointing start to the second half for Town, with Lees red carded for a last man challenge on 48 minutes.
Norwich briefly dominated possession before Thomas had a great chance in the 62nd.