Premier League • Day 23
  • 2nd Half
  • Huddersfield Town
  • Manchester City
  • GündoganDelph
  • SanéSilva
  • BacunaPritchard
  • DiakhabyMounié
  • FernandinhoSilva
  • Sané
  • Sterling
  • Fernandinho
  • 1st Half
  • Huddersfield Town
  • Manchester City
  • Hogg
  • Bacuna
  • Walker
  • Danilo

Huddersfield Town - Manchester City
Premier League - 20 January 2019

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Huddersfield remain bottom of the table by a considerable margin, City four points behind the leaders, Liverpool.

That's all from me today, I hope your remaining matches today are a little more exciting than this one!


It's the last touch of the game as the whistle blosw and that's your lot - 3-0 to Manchester City.


CLOSE! Steve Mounie takes the ball just in front of the goal facing down-pitch, he turns with the ball and strikes but it's not the one.


Huddersfield play on despite the futility of it. Schindler intercepts and the counter attack is on. Until they get anywhere near the area, that is. Where is that whistle?


Three minutes of added time to be played here.


It will be interesting to see what caretaker manager Mark Hudson comes back with for the Terriers next match, assuming no one else steps in before then. Mounie has probably done enough to show he deserves a start.


There's s much space around the City players when they have possession, which - by the way - is often.


Ilkay Gundogan comes off and is replaced by Fabian Delph.


Aguero passes into the area but Huddersfield manage to gain possession. A swift counter attack now, and not a bad attempt by Steve Mounie, who forces Ederson to take action.


It feels a bit like CIty have done what they came to do and they'll be happy with that. We're drifting back into the pace of the first half. Hope you're all managing to stay awake.


City have made a second substitution as goal-scorer Sane comes off to make way for Silva.


Hard not to feel bad for Huddersfield having failed to capitalise on City's poor performance in the first half. They've created a few opportunities, but City are shutting them down.


Another substitution for Huddersfield as Bacuna comes off and Alex Pritchard comes on.


A substitution for City as David Silva comes on to take the place of booked Fernandinho. For Huddersfield, Steve Mounie comes on for Adam Diakhaby.


GOAL! Leroy Sane runs in to take the ball off Aguero and just tap it in the net as Huddersfield fail t respond in time.


GOAL! Raheem Sterling heads in the cross by Leroy Sane.


And aforementioned Terrier was Bacuna, FYI.


A yellow card for Fernandinho who shoulder barges a Terrier right into the path of Pep Guardiola, prowling the technical area.


A nice link up by Sterling and Walker on the edge of the box. De Bruyne feeds it to Sterling who has run into position to the far side of the goal, but the keeper springs into action.


City come out fighting, De Bruyne whips the ball into the area, a corner follows and Huddersfield gain posession. Their run is cut short by Walker.


No substitutions for either side during the break, but one imagines some rousing words.


We're back. CIty are 1-0 up. As we know, Huddersfield are looking pretty toothless in the scoring stakes so far this season. Do they have an equaliser in them?


There we are, the halftime whistle. City go into the break 1-0 up.


De Bruyne passes to Walker in the box, but Schindler slides in to clear the ball. A goal kick now.


Three minutes of added time to be played.


I'm not sure what's going on with City today, this is a fairly lacklustre match compared to many of their recent efforts. I would imagine - from the look on his face - Pep Guardiola is going to have some words for them at halftime. The score remains 1-0.


Mbenza gets hold of the ball and there's a lightening fast attack, but Otamendi clears it as he gets into the area.


City wil take a corner after Ilkay Gundogan builds to a disappointing finish after a nice build-up by City. He's wide of the post.


It's not too bad from Huddersfield, better than I would have anticipated at the start of the match. Pretty quiet right now, but they've had a few chances and defended relatively well.


Huddersgield look to have perked up a bit now, Kachunga sets up a shot by Kongolo, who can't get the better of the keeper, but it's not bad.


It's a yellow card for Kyle Walker who has taken something of an overzealous sliding tackle on Chris Lowe. Walker helps him up and a free kick ensues.


A couple of chances for Fernandinho, butno ciger just yet, as comfirmation comes that Danilo will take the credit for the goal.


GOAL! Danilo scores from a deflection off Schindler as he ducks down to get out of the way. 1-0.That will feel like an own goal even if it doesn't go down as one.


Bacuna makes his way back to the edge of the area, but he is outnumbered by about 5-1, the ball is promptly cleared.


Terrible challenge on Raheem Sterling by Kongolo well in the area. The ref says no penalty, and it's hard to understand why.


Huddersfield get the ball into the box, but it's way off target. Still, a chance was created.


City play a long ball into the area but Huddersfield get to the ball first. A short-lived counter-attack ensues, but the rebellion is quickly quelled.


Kachunga gets his foot to the ball again, only for the same result.


Huddersfield are really struggling to get a look in here, CIty are playing around them with the confidence you would expect. Huddersfield look a little shell-shocked, to be honest.


Ooh, Kachunga gets a foot to the ball, alas only to edge it out of play.


As you would expect, City have dominated the first few minutes, with Aguero making a first attempt at a goal, but he's a little wide.


And we're off!


And the players are on their way to the pitch now... not long to go


Today's match pits the highest scoring team in the league, versus the lowest scoring, so if Hudson is looking for his Ole Gunnar Solskjaer moment, he may not find it today...


Things could not be more different for City, second in the league seven points behind Liverpool, but with a game in hand and desperate to narrow that gap. City will show no mercy today, a lesson learned by Burton Albion who the Citizens beat 9-0 earlier in the month, in the EFL Cup.


It's a dire stuation the Terriers find themselves in, bottom of the league and a whopping 10 points from safety. More than halfway through the season, they are running out of time to turn things around in this "difficult second season."


Huddersfield are of course without a manager, having parted ways with David Wagner earlier this week. In steps former Huddersfield (and Charlton Athletic, FYI) player Mark Hudson, as caretaker manager. And his first match is against City. No pressurem then...


It's four changes for Pep's City side, today, as Gabriel Jesus, David and Bernardo Silva and John Stones are benched while Sergio Aguero, Kevin De Bruyne, Ilkay Gundogan and Nicolas Otamendi take their places.


Huddersfield caretaker manager Mark Hudson make six changes to the team that met with Cardiff: Philip Billing, Alex Pritchard, Steve Mounie, Zanka, Florent Haderjonaj & Erik Durm are all out while Tommy Smith, Terence Kongolo, Juninho Bacuna, Adama Diakhaby, Chris Lowe & Isaac Mbenza are all in.



Huddersfield: Lossl, Smith (C), Kongolo, Hogg, Bacuna, Kachunga, Diakhaby, Lowe, Mbenza, Schindler, Puncheon. Subs: Hamer, Depoitre, Pritchard, Mounie, Zanka, Haserjonaj, Durm // Manchester City: Ederson, Walker, Danilo, Otamendi, Laporte, Fernandinho (C), Gundogan, De Bruyne, Sane, Sterling, Aguero. Subs: Muric, Stones, Delph, Bernardo, Silva, Jesus, Foden


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