Carlos Corberán analysed Huddersfield Town’s defeat to Millwall
Huddersfield Town Head Coach Carlos Corberán was disappointed following the 1-0 loss to Millwall at the John Smith's Stadium.
Scott Malone's first-half strike was the difference as the Terriers came away empty-handed from the Sky Bet Championship encounter.
Speaking post-match, Carlos reflected on the match.
“Of course (we’re frustrated) because we know how important it was to win the game," he said.
“After two defeats, we didn’t want a third because it hasn’t happened yet.
“We wanted to go for the game, play with a lot of personality in attack, and defend well.
“Some of these things we didn’t do well.”
Malone's goal was the all-important moment in the game as the Lions left West Yorkshire with all three points; a strike that Town were always going to find it hard to come back from, said Carlos.
“When you concede a goal like that, it’s going to be more complicated.
“The reaction saw us dominate the game like we wanted to, but we prefer to do it without conceding the goal we conceded.
The closest the Terriers came to finding the target was through Fraizer Campbell who saw his penalty come back off the bar on a frustrating evening for Carlos' side.
Town's Head Coach says the forward is disappointed not to have found the target and insists the Terriers will continue to work on those situations having missed both penalties taken this season.
“We need to work on all the situations now.
“It’s a disappointing situation for us especially with someone like Campbell, who is always making an amazing effort for the team.
“Now we need to be close to him because he’s frustrated.
“We need to keep working to try and score in this situation because it has a lot of impact on the result.”
Watch Carlos' full interview below on #HTTV.