Huddersfield beats Newcastle to make it two in two

The German manager has called for'total focus to ensure the win isn't a flash in the pan

Aaron Mooy journey from being shown the door at Western Sydney Wanderers to the starting in the Premier League has reached a dream culmination, with the Aussie midfielder scoring his first goal for Huddersfield Town on Sunday.

After missing last weekend's 3-0 win at Crystal Palace, Jonathan Hogg, Nahki Wells (both ankle), Martin Cranie (hip) and Jon Gorenc Stankovic (knee) remain unavailable. The Blues have scored just once in their last two matches in the Sky Bet Championship and are in need of attacking reinforcements.

"Of course, we know what we have to do but we did not know if it would work in the Premier League".

Huddersfield are still the favourites to go down but that will surely change if they find themselves sitting on six points on Sunday night and a share of top spot.

Newcastle United manager Rafael Benitez offered little hope to the club's fans after a second straight loss in the Premier League, having made no secret of his disappointment at the club's failure to make significant moves in the transfer market. We gave not a lot of clear chances away.

"I'm very happy when I see this type of game".

"It was a special day, a successful day as well". I am very proud and I am very proud for everyone.

"But it is football and anything is possible especially at our club after what we saw last season. And this was enough today". "And even if he is such a good technical footballer, he likes the working side of the game as well and this is why I love him".

Town took the lead in the 50th minute through Mooy, who worked a ideal 1-2 with Kachunga to curl home inside the far post from the paint of the 18-yard box.

The result followed last weekend's home defeat to Tottenham Hotspur.

"It was a long time ago", was all Spaniard Benitez would say when asked if the momentum of promotion had been lost.

The first half against Spurs suggested a team that could prove to hard to beat...but also one that might find it hard to win.

"I don't have to pinch myself but I didn't expect it", Wagner said after the club's opening home game.

"Maybe it's too soon for us".



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