J Lolley (40)
M Noble (25),M Arnautovic (46),M Lanzini (56, 61)
Huddsf'ld vs West Ham
3:00pm Saturday 13th January
The John Smith's Stadium
HUDDERSFIELD 1-4 WEST HAM
It's all over at the John Smith's Stadium, and it's been over in truth for quite some time. It'll feel a longer journey home for the Terriers fans as David Moyes picks up his 200th Premier League win as a manager.
After Joe Lolley had cancelled out Mark Noble's opener, it looked up for grabs, but 11 seconds into the second period, Marko Arnautovic re-establish West Ham's lead before Manuel Lanzini took charge, hitting the target twice to give the visitors a huge win.
90: Wagner is a proud man who won't be pleased with what he's seen this second half. He may have to add to those signings he's made this week before the window closes. We have two more minutes of stoppage time.
88: Huddersfield fans try to rally their players for one final push for a consolation but West Ham have been perfectly set up to score more on the counter-attack.
Moyes has been barking at his defence on the sideline all second-half even with the points in the bag.
85: SUB! You sense the Huddersfield players and fans have been wanting to hear the full-time whistle for the last 20 minutes. Declan Rice replaces Manuel Lanzini as Moyes continues to protect his prized assets.
83: SUB! It's Marko Arnautovic who makes way for Ayew. The forward has been the stand-out performer in his first game back from a hamstring injury.
82: We're going to see Andre Ayew soon as West Ham play the ball nicely in a tight space.
79: There's still time to play but some don't want to stay until the end as home supporters head for the exits. Ever since Lolley's equaliser it's been all West Ham.
76: BOOKED! Aaron Cresswell is protesting his innocence but he is booked by Jon Moss for time-wasting as he carried the ball away from the goal-kick.
74: SAVE! Pritchard takes it himself, it's low and takes a deflection off Jonathan Hogg making this a good save by Adrian as Collins reacts quickest to hook the ball behind for a corner under pressure from Depoitre.
From the resulting set piece, Huddersfield feel they should have another corner with the ball clearly hitting Obiang but Moss says Schindler got the final touch. More groans from the home supporters.
73: Mooy into Pritchard and it's a lovely touch around the corner that completely bedazzles Collins, who rugby tackles the Huddersfield new boy. Free-kick in a dangerous position.
71: SUB! Tommy Smith is making way for Terence Kongolo. The defender will play in the centre with Jorgenson moving to right back. A first Premier League appearance for Kongolo.
70: Pritchard puts in a good corner but it's cleared by Arnautovic as far as Malone, whose speculative volley is never troubling Adrian.
67: Pritchard gets the ball wide to Smith who sends a devilish cross that Depoitre attacks. Zabaleta goes down holding his face as Collins clears. It was actually Kouyate who clattered into his own player, so keen are West Ham to preserve this handsome lead.
65: SUB! It's not the debut Alex Pritchard will have dreamt of last night but he is on in place of Joe Lolley for his first Huddersfield appearance.
GOAL! HUDDERSFIELD 1-4 WEST HAM (Lanzini, 61)
Lanzini and Arnautovic are causing havoc for the Huddersfield defence. It's a hopeful ball into the channel by Kouyate that Arnautovic makes his own and rolls Schindler.
He uses his pace and power to run into the box before Lanzini takes over, cutting inside and unleashing a fierce strike into the roof of the net. That's a counter-attack goal of some quality. This could get embarrassing.
GOAL! HUDDERSFIELD 1-3 WEST HAM (Lanzini, 56)
West Ham are pulling away from Huddersfield as superb one-touch passing in midfield between Obiang and Kouyate feeds Arnautovic.
He's full of confidence now as he does a quick lolly-pop to get away from Schindler before putting Manuel Lanzini through.
He's kept onside by Tommy Smith on the far side and he makes no mistake as he reverses his shot beyond Lossl.
HUDDERSFIELD 1-2 WEST HAM
54: Huddersfield look to reply as Van La Parra picks the ball up on the right and crosses onto the head of Depoitre but he directs his effort over the bar.
Looking back at that West Ham chance, Kouyate managed to get a touch on the ball from Ogbonna's knock-down but the full width of the ball hadn't crossed the goal line!
52: CHANCE! Cresswell swings in a deep corner at pace that is onto the head of Ogbonna with Lossl in no-man's land, but Mooy is there on the line to hack the ball clear. A real let-off for the home side.
49: There were some who weren't back in their seats for the start of the second half and missed that sublime goal from Arnautovic and my guess is that Sir Alex Ferguson was enjoying the hospitality beyond the interval.
Arnautovic fouls Jorgenson but he's becoming an increasing nuisance.
GOAL! HUDDERSFIELD 1-2 WEST HAM (Arnautovic, 46)
What a bolt from the blue. Ogbonna chips the ball forward from the kick-off and it's flicked on by Kouyate but the rest is just pure wizardry from Mark Arnautovic as he hooks the ball over Tommy Smith's head and belts it in at Lossl's near post.
What a start to the second half for the Hammers! Just 11 seconds on the clock when that hit the back of the net.
HUDDERSFIELD 1-1 WEST HAM
46: Off we go in the second half.
A NOBLE RECORD
It's half-time at the John Smith's Stadium. We've had two goals - one messy, one mesmeric and both involving Joe Lolley.
First he was robbed cheaply on the edge of his own penalty area as Mark Noble took full advantage but Lolley atoned for that error as he darted into the box and unleashed a sublime strike. We're all square at the break.
45+1: We're into two minutes of stoppage time as Malone just fails to find Ince with a through ball. Huddersfield are looking far more dangerous and don't want to hear the half-time whistle.
44: Ogbonna is forced to slide in and divert the ball behind for a corner. Ince's fast delivery is flicked on by Zanka but Zabaleta reacts quickly to hook clear. Moyes is clearly not happy with Kouyate as he signals for him to communicate better with his team-mates.
43: That's changed the half-time team talk for Wagner, and it's Huddersfield who are on top as we approach the interval.
GOAL! HUDDERSFIELD 1-1 WEST HAM (Lolley, 40)
What a stunning goal! Joe Lolley makes up for conceding possession in the build-up to Noble's opener as Aaron Mooy plays him in down the right... he cuts in and bends an unstoppable left-foot shot beyond Adrian and into the bottom corner. He's delighted with that and the relief is written all over his face!
HUDDERSFIELD 0-1 WEST HAM
38: Hogg invites Van La Parra onto the ball down the left and his ball into the box is good but just too high for Loley. Van La Parra wins his side a corner, and that has got the home crowd going again.
In it comes from Mooy and Schindler gets in front of his man at the front post but his header is flicked over.
37: Huddersfield very nearly present the ball again to West Ham high up the pitch, but Hogg gets away with it on this occasion as Mooy steps in to retain possession.
They've been knocked out their stride here and are in many ways their own worst enemies.
34: Zabaleta is at the stage of his career now when he picks and chooses when he bombs forward. He's 33 on Tuesday, but on this occasion he gets forward to win his side a corner.
There's too much on it, however, from Aaron Cresswell but he asks why no-one was coming in at the far post. The crowd are a little restless today. Huddersfield need them to stick with them today.
32: BOOKED! Lanzini is scythed down when running at pace dangerously towards goal and Tommy Smith has no option. He rightly gets a card for his troubles.
From the free-kick, all the big boys have gone forward but it's a real waste from Lanzini as he fires a few yards over the bar.
30: Good response from the hosts as Ince makes a strong run down the left but his low ball is a yard ahead of Depoitre.
29: Huddersfield have lost 15 of the 17 league games in which they've conceded the opening goal. They need to find something to inject that self-confidence and get back into this one.
GOAL! HUDDERSFIELD 0-1 WEST HAM (Noble, 25)
Kiss of death. Just as I was saying how good Huddersfield are without the ball, it's an absolute howler.
A gift for West Ham as Jonas Lossl opts to play the goal-kick out short to Joe Lolley and he is swiftly hounded out of possession by Marko Arnautovic, who lays the ball off for Mark Noble to calmly slot in at the near post.
Lossl and Lolley are in deep discussion. It was a total mix-up between the pair and out of nothing the Hammers are ahead!
HUDDERSFIELD 0-0 WEST HAM
23: This Huddersfield team look so well-drilled off the ball. So there hasn't been a single shot on goal but their approach to winning the ball is so impressive as West Ham are forced backwards.
Whenever they try to provide a killer pass, the hosts are there to ensure the move fizzles out.
19: Slow signs that West Ham are just starting to express themselves with Noble and Obiang getting on the ball a lot.
Masuaku and Lanzini combine well down the left before the ball is worked across the pitch and then through the middle for Lanzini again but the Argentine's attempts to thread a ball to Kouyate is just over-hit and runs through to Lossl.
16: Van La Parra picks the ball on the left and swings in an inviting ball towards Depoitre. Collins is caught underneath it but Ogbonna produces a fine headed clearance,
15: The fans rise as one to pay tribute to 15-year-old Katelyn Dawson, a local schoolgirl who was tragically killed in a bus accident this week.
15: Arnautovic looks at Jon Moss as if to say, "where's my free-kick?" after going down under a challenge from Mooy. If the forward is in the mood, as he was against his former club Stoke a few weeks ago, he could be a match-winner.
There's been nothing to report in these opening 15 minutes as Masuaku can't take Noble's raking pass under his spell.
11: Do we count that as a shot on target by Ogbonna? The defender's clearance was over-hit and caught by Lossl.
Moments later, Lanzini looks to slide in Arnautovic but Tommy Smith manages to first force the Austrian wide before snuffing out Masuaku on the overlap.
10: The energy of Huddersfield Town has been a real footnote to their season, it's very much the David Wagner way and they have been quick to snap in and win the ball back on more than one occasion already.
West Ham will have to work hard to bypass that high press today.
8: West Ham are yet to get hold of the ball with Marko Arnautovic the lone man up front. He's chasing down the Huddersfield defence ferociously which is in stark contrast to those early games in a Hammers shirt.
6: Huddersfield have made the better start as James Collins is forced into a hurried clearance from Aaron Mooy's cross. It's straight to Van La Parra, whose shot is deflected behind for a corner.
Mooy's delivery is onto the head of Schindler at the near post but there's nobody at the far stick to take advantage of the flick on. Lolley and Depoitre were caught a little flat-footed there.
3:Neither side have been able to hold on to the ball for any period of time in these early skirmishes as Masuaku brings Ince to the ground.
The Huddersfield man has been fouled many times already this season and there's another one to add to the tally.
1: We're just about set and ready as Huddersfield kick us off. Referee Moss signalled for the teams to switch ends, so West Ham will be shooting towards the travelling supporters in the first half. Sir Alex Ferguson is in the stands today.
Referee Jonathan Moss
Assistant referee Edward Smart
Assistant referee Andrew Halliday
Fourth official Michael Dean
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