See all the action from a pulsating afternoon at the JSS!
- Extended highlights from Huddersfield Town’s win over Middlesbrough
- Carel Eiting, Fraizer Campbell & Josh Koroma score in 3-2 victory
- See extended match action from the game here!
Huddersfield Town came out on top in an action-packed Sky Bet Championship game against Middlesbrough at the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday – and you can see all the key moments with our extended highlights!
Neil Warnock’s Boro had only conceded six goals in 13 previous league games coming into the fixture, but Carlos Corberán’s Terriers put three past them to secure three important points.
The game didn’t start well for Town, with Boro on top and scoring early through Marvin Johnson, with the left winger drilling a powerful shot past Ryan Schofield from a narrowing angle.
The men in blue and white rode out the early storm – thanks to a bit of luck – and then hit back to lead at the interval.
First Koroma stayed patient on the ball and pushed a pass across the face of the Boro box for Carel Eiting, who swept the ball past Marcus Bettinelli with a first-time effort on his left to notch his third goal in four matches.
Soon after, Fraizer Campbell grabbed his third of the season – owing much to Lewis O’Brien. Town’s reigning Player of the Year nicked the ball from George Saville in the centre circle before advancing and timing his pass perfectly to Campbell, who cut inside the defender nicely before slipping as he shot, with the ball squirming over the goalkeeper and inside the near post.
Town showed better control in the second half and were the better side but were pegged back when the referee judged that Naby Sarr’s sliding tackle in the area was a foul on Britt Assombalonga. The striker picked himself up and dispatched a comprehensive penalty into the top corner to equalise.
However, the Terriers were not to be denied and Koroma hit his fourth of the season, stepping inside before firing a thunderous shot inside the far post!
Watch highlights of the game below!