It was business as usual at the John Smith’s Stadium as Huddersfield Town returned to winning ways with a 2-1 win over Queens Park Rangers on Saturday.
The Terriers have been in impressive form as this season has got underway and, despite a disappointing defeat to Brighton in midweek, David Wagner has turned things around again, and they got back to winning ways this weekend.
Kasey Palmer put Huddersfield in the lead after heading home a Rajiv Van La Parra cross in a first half that was dominated by the league leaders.
That theme continued after half time and they extended their lead with another header, this time Elias Kachunga nodding home after Tommy Smith’s pinpoint cross.
But give credit to Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s side, they somewhat rallied through an Idrissa Sylla strike, but Town held on for yet another three points.
Wagner’s side now sit two points clear at the summit of the table and look good to continue their good form.
But how did the internet react after Saturday’s game at the John Smith’s Stadium?
Here’s a few reactions on Twitter to the match, with many QPR fans lamenting clear issues at Loftus Road.
Huddersfield are looking very strong. It looks like they are tactically aware in that team. Huge credits to @TomPayneftbl very good analysis
— Matt (@ab08180) September 17, 2016
Huddersfield arnt going away are they!
— Gungey Gorman (@EamonnRams) September 17, 2016
Huddersfield aren't messing about this season like
— Liam Marsden (@liammarsden_30) September 17, 2016
Huddersfield top of the league doesn't sound right. Can't wait till they're brought back down to earth come may
— Kieran (@_KieranBleaz) September 17, 2016
— Phil (@Phil_Newman_) September 17, 2016
Im not even going Losing interest very quickly Only fact I have ST stops me from giving up Really annoyed I talked myself around
— Robbo (@sjr66qpr) September 17, 2016
— Steve Roberts (@stevenr1966) September 17, 2016
It's mostly younger QPR fans who demand instant success. Building a team takes time, especially one coming from dire position #QPR were in
— Chris Rodgers (@iamCRo) September 17, 2016
— HTAFC Thoughts (@HTAFCThoughts) September 17, 2016
Huddersfield and QPR fans… what did you make of Saturday’s game? Let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!