Luton could not carry on their midweek goalscoring form as they had to settle for one of the goalless football results of Championship weekend with Huddersfield. Kai Naismith had the best chance for the hatters as his shot from 40 yards skidded wide of the post on a slippery surface. Danny Ward pulled his volley wide for the best chance of the game for the Terriers. Both sides seemed content with a point with not many chances in the game for either side.
Luton’s Nathan Jones: “I’m relatively pleased, not with the draw, but with the overall performance. I thought we were totally dominant first half and it just shows the respect we’re building now as they’re normally an aggressive side that wants to play, want to be possession dominant and we didn’t allow them that. We went after that, forced them to kick and I thought we were totally dominant first half, but for a little bit of guile.”
Huddersfield’s Carlos Corberan: “I think a point was fair. I knew Luton would be playing the first half with a lot of confidence. Luton was the better team in the first half and we were much better in the second – so it was a fair result. am happy with the reaction of the team in the second half. Both teams had big chances, but it’s true they didn’t make Lee Nicholls work a lot. It’s mentally demanding in the Championship. I am pleased – there was a lot of effort in the second half after suffering in the first. The clean sheet is positive”
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