Town's Head Coach shares his thoughts at full-time as Town go 13 unbeaten
- Preston North End 0-0 Huddersfield Town
- Carlos Corberán shares thoughts at full-time
- Terriers now 13 unbeaten in all competitions
Head Coach Carlos Corberán says that his side aren’t satisfied despite gaining a tough point away from home against Preston that takes them 13 games unbeaten.
Speaking at full-time, the Head Coach admitted that his side didn’t perhaps do enough to come away from Lancashire with the victory.
“We can’t say that we’re satisfied with a point, we didn’t do enough to take the three points.
“To have deserved the three points today we should have attacked more.
"We didn’t attack with enough consistency - we didn’t manage the ball the way we can.”
Going in to some depth about the change of approach in the second half to try and find a way of creating more going forward, Carlos discussed how it was an exercise of risk versus reward as Town threw caution to the wind and adopted more attacking shapes.
“It’s true with the last chance they could’ve won the three points, but at the same time we tried to change the game and go for the three points.
“We didn’t just try and defend the result, in the last moments we changed with Koroma to go 4-4-2, knowing that they will have the possibility to cross the ball because it’s not the same to cover the width of the pitch with five than it is with four.
“In the previous action we had a chance to counter attack with Sorba that we didn’t use, and they had the possibility to cross the ball – that was the risk versus the reward.
“We tried to take the risk to have the counter attack, because for me that was the only way to create the chances in the last moments of the game.”
Watch the full interview below on HTTV.
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