David Wagner reviewed Huddersfield Town's performance against Fulham and said the 1-1 draw was a fair result.

Town fought back from going a goal behind after just 90 seconds to claim a 20th-minute leveler through skipper Mark Hudson.

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Wagner's side remain 16th in the Championship and the head coach said: "I think the result was fair.

"Our first half wasn't our best. They used a style which is not easy to play against. We know this because it's our style.

"We didn't do the right things in the first half. We spoke about it at half-time and looked at a few clips. In the second half the performance was better and we had some good chances.

"We got a point and we take it and move on. We wanted three but you have to be fair and say this was a good opponent with a good gameplan.

"We are six games in a row unbeaten and this is a good thing."