Fraizer Campbell after Town’s defeat against Preston North End
- Fraizer Campbell looks back on the Preston North End match
- Striker discusses his second goal of the season
- Watch the full interview on #HTTV
Huddersfield Town striker Fraizer Campbell bemoaned the Terriers’ start to the second half as they fell to defeat against Preston North End.
PNE Captain Alan Browne scored twice in two early second half minutes, which took the game out of Town’s control.
After the game, however, Fraizer wasn’t too downhearted with the result.
“I think we had two minutes of madness, conceded twice and it flipped the game on its head.
“We looked good in spells, played some good stuff, created chances and it’s just one of those things. We worked really hard, the performance wasn’t a bad performance and we have to build on that.
“If we’d have played sloppily and got beat, then that’s more concerning than playing relatively well and not getting three points.”
The experienced striker believes Town can learn a lot from the defeat as they look to continue developing under Carlos Corberán.
“You are always most vulnerable when you’ve just scored or just conceded, so you’ve got to be focused in those moments and eradicate making a bad situation into a worse one.
“Unfortunately, we didn’t do that today and it’s a learning curve for us. We’ve got another game coming up shortly, so we’ve got to forget about it, put it to bed and move on.”
Despite the defeat, Fraizer bagged his second goal of the 2020/21 campaign.
“It’s always great to score, but I’d rather have not scored and won the game,” admitted the striker.
“Lewis (O’Brien) is back in the team today, which was a positive. He found me with his first touch, and it was a nice goal for myself, personally, but a win would’ve been better.”
Watch Fraizer’s full interview below on #HTTV!