Huddersfield were able to stop their losing run on Saturday when they picked up a point at home to Neil Harris’ Millwall side.
It was an evenly contested match, and Fraizer Campbell gave the Terriers the lead mid-way through the first-half.
However, Millwall were able to equalise just before half-time as Matt Smith capitalised on Kamil Grabara’s error as the keeper failed to hold onto the ball from a corner.
The scores stayed level until full-time, although Millwall were left to hang on when Shane Ferguson saw red with ten minutes to go.
Grabara’s mistake ended up proving costly for Danny Cowley’s side and meant that the Terriers are still winless in the current campaign after nine games.
The goalkeeper is on loan from Liverpool and has had some impressive appearances for Huddersfield this campaign, but he won’t want to see his mistake from Saturday again.
Here’s how the Huddersfield supporters reacted to the error from keeper Grabara….
Grabara really worries me
He is miles away from Lossl
I’d pay £100k a week to have retained Lossl but do blame DH for his judgement blinded by his proud ego #htafc
— Htafc Dreams (@htafcdreams) September 28, 2019
Grabara is a very good goalkeeper. They all make mistakes. His save just before their goal was top drawer.
— Michelle B (@shellbennett) September 28, 2019
Football is a game of fine margins, and today has proven that. IF Grabara had kept hold of that ball, or/and the penalty been given for foul on Diakhaby, then we would all be buzzing for a town win today ……
— HTAFC Opinions (@HtafcO) September 28, 2019
Grabara has been the one consistent player in a team that are bipolar. If a goalkeeper makes a mistake, it is hugely magnified. Name another instance of a mistake he's made?
He's done well considering
— Mr Lyle Lanley (@MrLyleLanley) September 28, 2019
Not a foul on keeper that, grabara just can't catch #htfc
— Gaulty III (@gaultyIII) September 28, 2019
Signs of progression, at last.
Grabara great shot stopper, not much more. Hogg is sadly past it. Elphick is a walking mistake. O’Brien good again. Simpson what we need. Campbell keeps working all game. #htafc
— Arthur Difford (@arthurdifford) September 28, 2019
Agree about the slow, laboured passing. Grabara was far too slow in the releasing the ball too. It drives me crazy 🤯
I thought it was a nice bit of interplay for the goal between Grant and Campbell, but why do we always get progressively worse from around 60 mins ?
— Nick Shackleton (@NickShackleton) September 28, 2019