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27 October 2018



27 October 2018

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Philip Billing reviewed Huddersfield Town’s defeat to Watford

- Phil Billing spoke to #HTTV after Town was beaten by Watford
- Midfielder on everyone sticking together and staying positive
- Watch the full interview below on #HTTV

Keep believing and stay positive were the two messages from Huddersfield Town midfielder Philip Billing after the Club’s defeat to Watford.

When speaking to #HTTV after the Premier League defeat, the Danish midfielder gave an honest reflection on the game and urged everyone to stick together.

“Obviously we conceded three goals. I think we started the first half well, having chances, creating chances and playing well, but it’s been a problem all season that we’ve got into the final third and we’ve struggled to hit the target or create something.

“I think we did well until the first goal, which to be fair, was a criminal goal to give away.

"We just have to stay positive, because we can take some things out of this game, apart from the second half going totally wrong.”

Town created some good chances in the opening 10 minutes before Gerard Deulofeu gave the Hornets the lead.

The 22-year-old explained how that goal changed the whole complexion of the game.

“The first goal killed everything. We were on top and then we conceded a goal like that, then they were on top and it was hard to get out of that situation away from home.

“We have to give credit to our fans though, we could hear them all game. It was a tough defeat, but we have to stay positive and take things out of how we played in the first half.”

As Town still looks for a first win of the season, Phil urged everyone to keep the faith.

“The whole club has to believe because in these times you show the character you have; you have to stick together and be positive.”

You can watch Philip Billing’s full interview below on #HTTV.

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