Huddersfield Town’s poor run of form continued as they were convincingly beaten 3-0 by play-off chasing Cardiff City on Wednesday evening.
The result means that Danny Cowley’s side are now sat 20th in the Championship table, and will nervously be looking over their shoulders, as they’re just five points clear of the relegation zone.
Their slump in form has come at the worse possible time, as they’ll be keen to break out of this poor run of results at the earliest of opportunities, with just 14 league games remaining of this year’s campaign.
Huddersfield Town goalkeeper Jonas Lössl has labelled the performance against the Bluebirds as ‘unacceptable’, but was quick to praise the Terriers supporters, and believes they can pick up a positive result in their next match.
Losing 3-0 at home is unacceptable. But we have to move forward. I really believe we have a strong team and spirit here. We want to give a better account of ourselves this weekend. Thank you for backing us. #htafc pic.twitter.com/DL2npy5t4G
— Jonas Lössl (@JonasLoessl) February 13, 2020
Lössl has been impressive since returning to Huddersfield, and he’ll be hoping that he can play his part in their survival bid in the Championship this term.
Huddersfield are next in action on Saturday when they take on Derby County, in what is certain to be a tricky test against a Rams side that have improved since the turn of the year.
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It’s good to see Lössl remaining optimistic heading into their next game.
Huddersfield’s players can’t afford to let recent results get to them, otherwise they’ll find themselves in the Championship relegation zone in the near future.
Lössl has impressed me since returning to the club, and I think he’ll play a key role for Danny Cowley’s side as they look to find some consistency in their performances as soon as possible.
I think they’ve got enough about them to keep clear of the bottom three though, as I don’t think they’re any worse than the likes of Wigan Athletic, Luton Town or Barnsley.