Huddersfield boss Jan Siewert was left devastated after his side suffered a late 4-3 defeat at West Ham on Saturday afternoon. The visitors, rock bottom of the Premier League and all but doomed to relegation, were leading 3-1 through Juninho Bacuna and a double from Karlan Grant.
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But Angelo Ogbonna pulled one back and substitute Javier Hernandez scored twice to shove heartbroken Huddersfield another step closer to the Sky Bet Championship. It was another huge blow for the Terriers and their crestfallen manager Siewert could not hide the way he was feeling after the game.
“I can’t describe my feelings right now. Look at my face,” he said. “We scored three goals, we haven’t done that all year, so the match plan worked. “I was working so hard all week. I am so proud of the performance. There are reasons we are bottom of the table but we kept fighting, and you saw that today.”