Full extended highlights of Town's trip to South Wales to face Swansea City
- Swansea City 1-1 Huddersfield Town
- Full extended highlights now available
- Watch on HTTV via YouTube below
Swansea City equalised right at the death to deny Town three more valuable points on the road, with the Terriers taking the lead inside three minutes thanks to an own goal.
Flying out of the blocks, Jaheim Headley was on his toes and saw an opportunity to intercept a cross field ball from Grimes, driving up the left wing and beating Kyle Naughton before crossing low with power.
Unable to readjust his feet, Ben Cabango turned into his own net, looping the ball back over high goalkeeper to give Town a perfect start. Dangerous on the break for the remainder of the half, Town almost scored right before the half-time whistle with Headley again turning provider, but Danny Ward's header fell kindly for the goalkeeper.
Making three changes at the break, Swansea were much improved after half-time, but Town defended excellently in the face of several corner kicks and efforts from distance. Delano Burgzorg had one chance after coming on in the second half after great work from Josh Koroma, but the boot of the goalkeeper denied him. Making a handful of brilliant saves, it seemed like Chris Maxwell and his defence would do enough to secure the win at the other end of the pitch, but it wasn't to be.
Breaking in the final moments after Jonathan Hogg was challenged agressively from behind and the referee allowing play to continue, Swansea worked the ball to Patino on the edge of the box who found the bottom corner with a first time effort, out of the reach of Maxwell diving to his right.
Bringing a challenging week to a close, Town are now unbeaten in three, drawing twice either side of the away win at Sunderland.
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