Town forward reviews defeat to Reading
- Fraizer Campbell on 2-1 defeat to Reading
- The forward looks back on Town’s first half of the campaign
- Watch the full interview below on #HTTV
Huddersfield Town forward Fraizer Campbell was disappointed the Terriers let their lead slip and went on to take nothing from the 2-1 defeat to Reading at the John Smith's Stadium.
The forward had put Town ahead early on before two Royals goals after the break meant the Terriers came away from the encounter empty-handed.
Speaking to #HTTV after the game, Fraizer looked back on where the game was lost.
“We got ahead and didn’t cope with their players moving and changing which made it really difficult at time,” he said.
“It was a lack of concentration and we slipped two goals.”
It was Fraizer’s fifth goal of the campaign that had put Town into the lead at the John Smith’s Stadium, but the forward says it means less when it isn’t part of a winning cause.
“As a team player, you always want to score a goal when you’re winning.
“It doesn’t really matter when you lose a game and you’ve scored.
“Personally, you add one extra goal to your tally but collectively, it’s been a disappointing afternoon.”
The meeting with Reading marked the halfway mark in Town’s 2020/21 Sky Bet Championship season, and a campaign in which Fraizer is content with so far but is hoping the Terriers can really kick on in, over the coming months.
“I think we’ve done alright.
“New manager comes in, we only had two weeks of an offseason so it’s been full-on, relentless but the lads have worked tremendously hard.
“We’ve started off really well but there’s still a lot of improvement to be had and hopefully we can continue improving and have a really good team by the end of the year.”
Watch Frazier’s full interview below on #HTTV.