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Anderson Felipe blow earned West Ham West Ham tie after the quick launch of Huddersfield | Football
Gates were tight throughout the entire campaign in West Yorkshire, although it became clear from the first few moments of the match that this would not be another difficult deadlock. In the end, with two defensive pores, it was a surprising that only two gates were conceded, but with the opportunities given and Huddersfield missing, you must be very discouraged that you didn't score all three points.
The goal was opened almost within two-minute time by Steve Mounié, who sent a head forward from Aaron Mooy's corners, with Lukasz Fabianski helping the crowd by pressing the goal to the front bars. Only seconds later West Ham stormed down the peloton to give himself a chance, a wonderful passport from Diangana, who released Marko Arnautovic, only to be thwarted by Jonas Lössl, who quickly left his line to shoot around the upright.
Home side took the reins a few moments later when Alex Pritchard became the first Huddersfield players to score a ligator on the pitch this year. West-Ham had only blamed himself, Issa Diop and Declan Rice lost ownership in their own half, so that Pritchard could double with Jonathan Hogg and hit Fabianski low from the outskirts of the area.
Phillip Billings knocked out a pole with a clubs back from the right before Florent Hadergjonaj Mounié set one to one with Fabianski, a less than persuasive end to the forward that allowed the keeper to hold a shot. Sadly he could not bear it for the traveling supporters at the end of the display board.
Loessl plunged to his foot to stop his first attempt, and although the gate was not guarded when the balloon blew up, Hernández's head from the six-metre line removed the slat. Mounié's poor final missed another chance, with only Fabianski to defeat, before West Ham got back on their feet again and only a little over a fifteen minutes remained.
Felipe Anderson was at the beginning and end of the train, first making Robert Snodgrass the headline with a smart backward passport, then stepping into the area to reach a crucial destination after Arnautovic, Hernández and Michail Antonio all tried to converse the Snodgrass crossing. Durm fired a close strike from the perimeter before making a last minutes flank from the far right to Laurent Depoitre in front of the area.
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