WHAT A CONTRAST IN STYLES!
DESPITE lining up in similar formations, the difference in style between David Wagner and Owen Coyle’s sides was clear to see.
Town’s attack was interchangeable and the quick, one touch passing caused Rovers all kinds of issues.
But credit Coyle, his defence stood tall despite a barrage of Terriers pressure and the fact Danny Graham’s goal came initially from a long ball into the box was somewhat ironic given Town’s pass first approach.
Despite such talent in attack, Huddersfield’s lack of composure cost them at times and they resorted to throwing Michael Hefele and Mark Hudson up front.