West Brom 1-2 Huddersfield Town: Terriers climb


The Baggies went into the clash with the Terriers knowing how important it was that they got back to winning ways given that they found themselves seven points off safety in the Premier League and it was David Wagner's men who were immediately above the bottom three.

West Brom have opted to stick with manager Alan Pardew for now, and he will be in charge for Saturday's game against Watford, Sky Sports News understands.

Hegazi was able to keep his side's net clean in the first half but was unable to keep it so for long, as minutes after the second half began Van La Parra reacted brilliantly to Collin Quaner's cross as he fired the ball in to break the deadlock and score the opener for the visitors.

"But in these situations it only count to win, fight and do everything to get a result over the line so I am absolutely delighted".

"It was really not easy but the team did very well and we deserved the three points". There's no point me defending myself or defending players.

"Every win gives you confidence for the players and team".

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Pardew claimed: "I think that's just frustration, this isn't an individual thing this is a team thing and regardless of my selection today the team didn't win against Huddersfield at home so I don't think they're going to be best pleased about any kind of decision".

"Even though we had spoken about it, we have seen in the first five or ten minutes, they came out with a lot of intensity and we needed a little but to deal with it".

"It's not something we can influence directly - for us it's game after game".

"If we do what we are supposed to do and can do then we will end where we deserve to". "My job is to try to get ourselves up as best we can for next week".

"Huddersfield knock you out of any rhythm with the way they play and it was a bitty game".

Foster was also able to keep out Van La Parra's low shot with his foot to stop Huddersfield from running away with this tie, as Dawson wasted the chance to secure a point for West Brom with a header he failed to keep down.