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Huddersfield Town fell to a second league defeat on the spin at Craven Cottage on Saturday  as Fulham ran out 3-1 winners.

Harry Bunn missed a wonderful opportunity to hand the Terriers a first-half lead and Town were immediately punished when former Leeds United striker Ross McCormack and Hugo Rodallega teamed up for the latter to fire home.

Chris Powell got a response from his side after the break and they deservedly pulled level when Joel Lynch headed home from a Paul Dixon free-kick but pressed the self-destruct button straight from kick-off to allow the talented Lasse Vigen Christensen through to net the hosts' second.

Town tried to push for another leveller but were caught out on the break late on as Rodallega squared for McCormack to lash home from range past a stunned Alex Smithies and seal all three points for the Cottagers.

Powell was critical of his side's inability to hold onto their lead and felt a sense of frustration after seeing the Terriers' hard work to get back into the contest come undone by errors at the back.

Our Town reporter Doug Thomson was at Craven Cottage at the weekend to watch the Terriers slip to a second defeat on the spin and he says Town will feel frustrated by falling to two late goals.

Watch the video above to see Doug discuss the defensive flaws in Town's performance, striking a balance between defence and attack and what Diego Poyet can offer to the Terriers after signing on loan from West Ham United.