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21 August 2016

Full-back spoke to HTTV after the Barnsley win

-    Chris Löwe reflects on “best goal” of his career
-    German full-back speaks to HTTV
-    Löwe believes Town are fitter than other teams.

Chris Löwe admitted to HTTV that his goal against Barnsley was the best in his career.

Town’s left-back opened the scoring and his account for the season this weekend after he played a neat one-two with Elias Kachunga on the edge of the area before curling a superb strike into the top corner.

“It was a great feeling for me,” said a delighted Löwe talking about his first goal for the Club.

“I don’t score many goals and it was my first goal in England. It was a great feeling and I’m very happy today.

“I think it was the best goal in my career and hopefully I can score another one.”

Town’s win sits them top of the Sky Bet Championship after winning 10 points from their first four games but Löwe believes the Terriers can still improve.

“I’m very happy with the result today, it was another tough game,” explained the left-back.

“We played well in the first half but we had to score more goals during that half. The second half wasn’t our best game today but we won and that’s the main thing.

“We are very happy with the result and our first half performance.”

Four of Huddersfield Town’s goals have been scored by substitutes in the final stages of the Terriers league games so far.

Löwe believes this is because of all the hard work the players put in over pre-season and thinks they are fitter than a lot of other teams because of it.

“Pre-season was very hard for us and now you can see why it was so hard.

“I think we are fitter than other teams and you saw it yesterday. The winning goal came in the 90th minute and fitness is the reason why we can score so late on.

“This match is the fourth game that a substitute has scored a goal. We have a great bench, we have a great squad and I hope we can continue to get results in our next few games.”

The full-back has been very honest in admitting it has taken him time to adapt to English football; however, he thinks his performances are getting better.

 “I needed time to adapt to the English style of football, which showed I think in the first two games against Brentford and Shrewsbury.

“But I think in the last three matches my performances weren’t so bad and I hope I can keep improving.”

Related Articles:
- Town 2-1 Barnsley Match Report
- David Wagner post-Barnsley interview

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