Mounie ends Huddersfield winless streak with stoppage time winner
Huddersfield completed a double over Wolverhampton in the premier league with a slim 1-0 win over the high fliers to end a winless run since last year.
Aaron Mooys cross in stoppage time was deflected by Wily Boly and found it’s way to the back post where Kachunga’s fluffed his shot but Mounie stabbed home from a yard out while on the ground.
Huddersfield had last won in the premier league November 25 against tonight’s opponent’s Wolves, 2-1 at Molineux but Mounie swept home in the 91st minute to notch his second goal of the season to leave them bottom and 11 points from safety.
The Terriers avoid joining Derby as the worst side in Premier League history as they will have gone past their paltry 11 points from the 2007-08 premier league season and move to 14 points as head coach Jan Siewert earned his first win since his appointed at the club.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo says his side need to improve after Huddersfield end their eight-game unbeaten run with a 1-0 win.
“It was a tough game not one of the best performances we had
“it’s difficult because consistency in football, we have to try it until the end we camr from a good run tonight wsasn’t the best performance we can have to bounce back on Saturday.
I don’t to remind them we are very conscious of what happened today cannot happen again to improve and this is our job to look for solutions for the next one (match)