Felipe Anderson strike earns West Ham draw after Huddersfield’s rapid start

Goals have been scarce in West Yorkshire all season, though it was clear from the opening few minutes of this game that it was not going to be another dour stalemate. It was a surprise in the end that only two goals were scored, because both defences looked porous, but on the basis of chances created and missed Huddersfield have to be most disappointed at failing to secure all three points.

Steve Mounié almost opened the scoring with less than two minutes on the clock when he sent a header goalwards from an Aaron Mooy corner, Lukasz Fabianski coming to the visitors’ rescue by pushing the ball on to the bar and away. West Ham came storming down the field only seconds later to create an opportunity of their own, a delightful pass from Grady Diangana sending Marko Arnautovic clear, only to be foiled by Jonas Lössl leaving his line quickly to push his shot round a post.

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