Huddersfield Town had to settle for a share of the spoils after a 1-1 draw at home to West Ham United today, although David Wagner is taking the positives out of the result.
Wagner was left frustrated after the result but was concentrating on the positive aspects of his team’s performance over the 90 minutes. Tthe Terriers boss also felt his side were very unfortunate to not be awarded a penalty.
“The frustration is there after the first half when we were very strong. We hit the post and bar again, we had another big decision against us when Zanka got fouled. This is a penalty from my point of view and again we had no luck in this game,” the German told BBC Sport.
It was a much more equal affair in the second half with West Ham coming back into the game and eventually finding an equaliser through Felipe Anderson.
“In the second half I have to be honest, West Ham had opportunities as well. But in the last five minutes, we were the team that wanted to push for the win.
“The good thing is four points in a week. I really can see the positives. We take this result even if I think we deserved more.”
Huddersfield play Wolves at Molineux after the international break as they continue their attempts to climb out of the bottom three in the Premier League.