Huddersfield Town fought back from a goal down to win the game this afternoon at the Galpharm Stadium.
After conceding an early goal and then a penalty things were looking bleak for The Terriers, but Alex Smithies saved the penalty from Tomlin keeping the game at 1-0, which ultimately proved to be crucial.
Town looked out of sorts after recent impressive displays at home against Brighton and Southampton, and the much praise received from the performance up at Newcastle, maybe had taken its toll on the players.
Yeovil were quick out of the traps and deserved their lead.
Town were not to be outfought and they dug out a result espite not hitting top gear.
Theo Robinson scored the equaliser, just seconds after hobbling back on to the field following an injury.
Yeovil continued to press and look dangerous throughout, but it was Lionel Ainsworth’s run and dinked cross that found the head of Michael Collins which proved to be the winner.
So another 3 points on the board, and winning ugly, Town are certainly going to make this season a rollercoaster for the fans!
But we wouldn’t expect anything less!
Saved a 14th minute penalty which ultimately proved crucial, other than the goal wasn’t really tested.
Recovered from his KO on wednesday night to face his former side, looked solid throughout
Staking his clai on the left back berth, not much to do today
Solid as usual, no nonsense clearances when needed, forming a good partnership with Peter Clarke
P Clarke 8
Was everywhere, man mountain at the back. Leads by example
Another solid display from the improving Kay, shame we didnt sign him all those seasons ago
Scored the winner, but was missing for large parts of the game.
On his first start in place of the injured Drinkwater, set up the goal for Collins, but did look short of game time, definately more to come from the exciting winger
Started the game with his head bandaged, and came off early in the second half, tried hard
This guy was everywhere today, and takes the Vital MOM award, does he get your vote?
Despite me hyping him up before the game, Pilks hasn’t hit the form as yet this season.
On for Rhodes, Lively as ever.
Offside, does he know what this is?
Unlucky not to score when 1 on 1 with the ‘keeper, but is looking more and more like the 4th choice striker
Back in the frame following his injury, nice to see him back, not really any time to influence the match.