Huddersfield Town claimed a crucial Premier League victory over AFC Bournemouth at the John Smith’s Stadium to end an eight-match winless run in the top flight.
Alex Pritchard sent the Terriers on their way to victory after just seven minutes with a low finish before the hosts were pegged back by a Junior Stanislas equaliser.
But Town rallied and netted twice through Steve Mounie to secure a first victory in the league since Watford in mid-December.
Here’s how Rory Benson scored all the Town performances against the Cherries.
Not much to do on the day. Beaten by a good finish by Junior Stanislas. - 6
Got forward well. Replaced by the more defensive Kongolo early in the second period. - 6
A rock at the back. Got a couple of knocks, but shook them off and dominated in the air. - 8
Mathias ‘Zanka’ Jorgensen
A couple of shaky moments, but generally played well alongside Schindler. - 7
Impressive both defensively and going forward from right back. - 8
Back to his best. Will be sorely missed if his knee injury turns out to be as serious as it first looked. - 9
Top effort as usual. Provided the platform for Town’s attacking trio in midfield.- 8
Should have put Town 3-1 up with his header, but caused problems for Bournemouth. - 7
Fantastic on his full home debut. Made Town much more threatening going forward. - 9
Rajiv Van La Parra
Bamboozled the Bournemouth defenders at times. Tucked the penalty away well. - 7
Superb. Chased everything down and was clinical in front of goal. - 9 (MOTM)
Terence Kongolo (for Scott Malone, 51’) - Solid at the back after his introduction. - 7
Collin Quaner (for Tom Ince, 65’) - Provided fresh legs on the right and closed down the opposition well. - 6
Philip Billing (for Aaron Mooy, 67’) - Ran hard in midfield but didn’t quite get up to speed. - 6