Video: Curious goal kicks off first Huddersfield bankruptcy
Update London – David Wagner’s Huddersfield Town is his first defeat. At West Ham United, the Terriers are unhappy at losing. Ascendant Huddersfield Town has suffered their first defeat in the English Premier League, with Germany’s David Wagner’s side defeated West Ham United 0-2 (0-0) on the fourth day of play at West Ham United, who fell to sixth place in the standings, but Pedro Obiang (72) opened the match with a distorted shot. From the Terriers defender Mathias Jörgensen, the ball bounced on the right inner post by means of an arc lamp and ended up in Jonas Lössl’s goal. For the former Mainz keeper, it was his first goal in the Premier League. The second followed by Andre Ayew (78th), who after a corner from the crowd met for the final score, and Wagner, who had been awarded “Team Manager of the Month August” on Friday, remained calm:”If you lost a game and know what it was all about, change that. This time we were worse,”he said. Wagner had called on Chris Löwe, Christopher Schindler and Elias Kachunga, the promotion heroes, to start the season with a thrilling 3-0 victory over Crystal Palace and Newcastle United (1-0) and a 0-0 defeat of Southampton.