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6 October 2018

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Town’s Head Coach's reflection to the 1-1 draw at Burnley on #HTTV

- David Wagner’s on yet another positive display in East Lancashire
- Head Coach on the outcome which saw Town score a first second-half goal of the season
- Listen to David Wagner’s full interview on #HTTV

A proud David Wagner post-match as he saw his Huddersfield Town side churn out another Premier League point with a confident performance at Turf Moor.

The third consecutive draw between the Pennine rivals, Christopher Schindler cancelled out Sam Vokes' opener which the Head Coach felt was well deserved on the balance of play and what could well have been all three.

One of the factors David Wagner picked up on was the number of blocks a rigid Burnley defensive unit, in particular James Tarkowski, managed to force which frequently diverted Town threats away from danger.

Nonetheless, the Head Coach stressed that his men were positive in their approach for a maximum point haul, but rued the handling of the Vokes' header in light of the known aerial prowess that the hosts possessed.

An update was given on the condition of goal-scorer Schindler who sustained a nasty looking head injury minutes after netting.

Following the game, Huddersfield Town Head Coach David Wagner commented:

"One point is better than none, even if we did deserve all three. We played very good football, created opportunities and showed brave qualities and we dominated; it was a very good performance.

"They put so many bodies behind the ball and threw bodies into shots with a lot of blocks.

"It is a very good point and I liked the support again today.”

Listen to David Wagner's full interview on #HTTV below!

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