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Huddersfield Town Earn a Point Against Norwich City



A Game of Two Halves

In less than impressive fashion, Huddersfield Town drew 1-1 with Norwich City at the John Smith’s Stadium on Tuesday night.

A game of two halves saw Norwich City the better side in the first half and our Terriers dominate the second, with a goal to show for both teams as each team had to settle for a point.

Terriers Start the Half Slow

The Canaries opened the scoring on the half hour mark as Gabriel Sara received the ball inside the box from Adam Idah and was able to knock it past our ‘keeper on the volley from close range.

Despite limited chances, Huddersfield found themselves down by one at halftime with little to show for their performance.

Terriers Come Back Strong

An encouraging second half performance from Town saw many close attempts on goal, with the breakthrough coming when a defensive error from Norwich City meant that Josh Koroma could send a long ball to an unmarked Martyn Waghorn just outside the box for him to chip the ‘keeper and hit the post – which then deflected off of defender Grant Hanley and into the back of the net for our equaliser.

The Terriers continued to push for a winner, with several chances coming close, but the match was ultimately decided by a late red card for Norwich City.

Norwich City Down to 10 Men

Just when we thought the action had finished, Marquinhos was shown a red card after a dangerous challenge in the air on Josh Ruffels inside injury time and Norwich were down to 10 men.

With the one-man advantage, Huddersfield pushed for a winner, but ultimately had to settle for a draw.

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