Malone reflects on Swansea draw
- Scott Malone speaks after Swansea stalemate
- Defender takes positives from attacking display
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Defender Scott Malone believes it wasn’t Huddersfield Town’s day after being held to a 0-0 draw at home to Swansea City in the Premier League.
The Town defender spoke of the disappointment that the side felt having not been able to secure all three points against a Swansea City side who were forced to play much of the game with 10 men.
The left-back commented that it was a matter of inches that cost the side victory today, with Steve Mounie having a shot hit the bar and a Tom Ince header in the second half rebounding off the post.
Malone went on to say that the players must take the positives from their attacking play into the game against Crystal Palace next weekend.
Speaking after the draw, Malone commented:
“It did become difficult, but we had the chances and on another day it could have been two or three.
“I thought it wasn’t our day when I should have scored from two yards out and I missed it, that should have gone in.
“We would have liked three points but I think the main thing from that is the clean sheet.
“We’ve played well today we just haven’t got the goal. Everyone can take the positives from it and we move on and go and get the three points next week.”