Huddersfield Town Brilliantly Use Martin To Announce New Manager

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If you watched Huddersfield's 3-0 defeat to Man City at the weekend, you'll know that one moment in the stands actually stood out much more than anything that happened on the pitch.

Commentators Bill Leslie and Gary Neville speculated over whether they had identified Siewert, Borussia Dortmund's U23 coach who's expected to take the reins at Huddersfield.

But the defending champions went ahead in the 18th minute when Danilo's long-range effort deflected in off the head of Christopher Schindler.

Huddersfield created a few chances but were unable to make the a lot of them, despite the drop in City's tempo and some defensive complacency by the visitors.

Huddersfield will have regretted failing to take advantage of City's lesser performance in the first half, which they drifted back into towards the end of the second, but the damage had by then been done.

City are seven points behind Liverpool, but all they can do right now is keep within touching distance of the league leaders.

Man City have conceded just nine goals in their last 13 league matches against Huddersfield, and never a couple of times in a match.

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As you can see from the clip below, it turned out that Neville and Leslie were badly mistaken.

Whoever does find themselves in the Huddersfield hot-seat will have quite a challenge ahead of them, with the club now bottom of the table.

It is not just in attack that Man City boast an impressive record, though, with clean sheets in their last three games and a joint-league-low seven goals conceded away from home so far this season.

The 2-1 win over Jurgen Klopp's side at the start of this month breathed new life into their title defence and also began a scintillating run of form which has seen City score 21 goals in their four outings so far in 2019.

Martin Warhurst is in fact a lifelong Manchester City fan (Martin Warhurst/PA). Subs: Delph 6, Bernardo 6, Silva 6.

54' GOAL! Raheem Sterling heads in the cross by Leroy Sane from the near side of the goal.

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