Huddersfield Town were comfortably beaten 2-0 by Swansea City this afternoon at the Liberty Stadium.
The Terriers were second-best for the majority of the match, with the Swans pressing Town into a number of defensive errors.
One such error led to the hosts' opener, when Jonas Lossl's pass was intercepted by Tom Carroll, with the midfielder teeing up Tammy Abraham for his first of the game.
The Chelsea loanee bagged a second early in the second half to seal a first home win of the season for Swansea.
It was a poor performance from Town, who now face two tough tests in their next fixtures - against Manchester United and Liverpool.
Here we'll bring you all of David Wagner's reaction from Town's lacklustre performance in south Wales.
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That’s all from the post-match press conference.
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Short and less sweet from David Wagner.
We will learn our lessons out of this game and in the second half we showed we were capable against an opponent like Swansea.
This mistakes was so obvious that we don’t have to speak about it.
Usually Lossl makes the right decisions, but unfortunately in this moment he did not.
Second half I think we were very good.
We were brave, we created chances and we hit the bar.
First half not good enough.
The incident with Jonas Lossl - I have seen a red card for these situations.
Our gameplan defensively worked quite well.
Swansea had more or less no clear-cut chances until the first goal.
Here we go...
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That's all from Clement
Short and sweet from the Swansea boss.
David Wagner up next.
We got that second goal very quickly and at that point we were in control.
We have to enjoy this because we played well and it’s hard to win games at this level.
We’ve got big challenges ahead.
I think what this has done has laid down a marker as a standard that we have to achieve at least in every game we play.
We know he can do that. He’s got a good smell of where the ball will be in the penalty area.
We also managed to find the attacking impetus we haven’t had in previous games.
The goal before half time was a mistake but I would argue we’d worked on that... with the high press.
From the first whistle we were positive in our approach.
Here we go
It’s Paul Clement up first at the post-match press conference.