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Huddersfield Town were beaten by Stoke City today to make it even tighter in the bottom half of the Premier League table.

Joe Allen netted the hosts' opener after good work from Maxim Choupo-Moting down the right, before Mame Diouf sealed the win later in the second period.

Former Schalke winger Choupo-Moting and Switzerland international Xherdan Shaqiri caused problems for David Wagner's men, with the Terriers themselves unable to put Stoke's defence under any sort of pressure.

The below-par Terriers' winless run in the top flight now stretches to six matches, while the Potters move to within a point of the West Yorkshire side in the table.

Here we will bring you all the updates as Wagner and Paul Lambert - who took charge of Stoke for the first time this afternoon - reflect on the game in front of the media.

Goodbye

That’s all from David Wagner and that brings the press conference to an end.

Cool heads

We keep cool heads since we were promoted.

We will not get ahead of ourselves after positive or negative results.

Offensive

We lost more of the second balls.

In our offensive game we went more direct because there were no spaces.

Better

Today we met an opponent who were better than us individually.

They are a top team who have shown today their top quality and talent.

Attitude

We will still work and fight together and show our attitude after today.

Home/away

We know that we have to collect points away, but we have to collect them at home too.

Aggressive

I am unsure if all opponents will be as aggressive as Stoke today.

Limited

This was a deserved defeat.

Stoke have shown their top quality as a team.

They limited our offensive players.

David Wagner

Here is the Town head coach.

That's all

That’s everything from the Stoke boss.

Next up is David Wagner.

No threat from Town

I don’t think we were threatened at all.

Intensity

If we keep that intensity, we’ll be fine.

High line

We had a really good game plan.

The first goal is something we worked on in training because Huddersfield play a high line.

And we had pace with Diouf and Choupo-Moting.

More?

Even in training, I couldn’t ask for any more.

Delighted

I’m delighted for the players and the supporters.

That was my main concern when I joined the club.

Paul Lambert

It’s the Stoke boss up first.

Welcome

Hello and welcome to our post-match live blog.

Town experienced another defeat today and were very much second-best against Paul Lambert’s Stoke.

Here we’ll see what both bosses had to say on the game.