Hud­der­s­field, West Ham draw

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LON­DON - Felipe An­der­son scored West Ham’s equal is­eras Man­ager Manuel Pel­le­grini was re­warded for mak­ing bold sub­sti­tu­tions after Hud­der­s­field de­servedly led at half-time through Alex Pritchard’s first goal for the club.

Pel­le­grini threw on striker Javier Her­nan­dez at the in­ter­val and Michail An­to­nio just after the hour and both men were in­volved in the build- up to An­der­son’s 74th-minute strike that fol­lowed his brace against Burn leyla st week­end.The draw keeps Hud­der­s­field, the Premier League’s low­est goalscor­ers, in the bot­tom three but their Man­ager David Wag­ner will be heart­ened by a spir­ited dis­play that also saw them hit the wood­work three times.

The only down­side was the sight of Chris Lowe be­ing car­ried off on a stretcher with a sus­pected bro­ken col­lar­bone after a clash with Fabian Bal­buena. West Ham wo n 4-1 at The John S mi t h s Sta­dium last sea­son but this con­test was much closer and ac­tion­packed. Hud­der­s­field, un­changed like their vis­i­tors, hit the cross­bar with their first at­tack when Steve Mounie’s header from a cor­ner was par­ried up by Lukasz Fabi­an­ski.

Felipe An­der­son (left) main­tained his fine form by scor­ing for West Ham United at Hud­der­s­field Town yes­ter­day af­ter­noon.

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