Mooy hurt in Huddersfield win

Mooy hurt in Huddersfield win

Huddersfield Town snapped a five-match losing sequence to beat in-form Bournemouth 4-1 and move out of the Premier League's relegation zone on Sunday.

Steve Cook then scored an own goal from Mounie's deflected shot with just under 25 minutes to play.

Huddersfield's only victory in their last 11 games against Bournemouth was by 5-1 in the Championship in August 2013.

"We should look as hungry, if not hungrier than them - that's no excuse for us. He got a cut over his knee - he got some stitches as well", Hudderfield manager David Wagner said. They showed their quality in the first game (against us) and have shown consistency over the years with a good manager in Eddie Howe.

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His driving run down the left in the seventh minute ended with a cut-back to January signing Pritchard, who swept in a low left-footed finish to give the hosts the lead.

Mounie raised the mood and wanted the ball for what he thought was a hat-trick penalty in stoppage time after Pritchard was bundled over in the area.

But there was still time for a fourth goal, as Van La Parra confidently converted a spot-kick after Pritchard was sent tumbling by Dan Gosling, giving the home side a measure of revenge for their 4-0 thrashing at Bournemouth in November. "I leave it for Rajiv (van la Parra)", he said.

AUSTRALIA'S midfield star Aaron Mooy was carried off in agony as Huddersfield beat Bournemouth in the English Premier League.