Unai Emery was impressed with Alex Iwobi's performance in Saturday's 2-1 win at Huddersfield Town, but he still thinks the Nigerian has room for improvement.

Iwobi scored the opening goal at the John Smith's Stadium, his volley deflecting in off Terence Kongolo following a left-wing cross from Sead Kolasinac.

It was his third Premier League goal of the season, matching his total for last term despite making seven fewer starts.

The 22-year-old looked particularly bright at the start of the campaign and appeared to have adapted well to Emery's system following the departure of Arsene Wenger.

His form had tailed off before Saturday's victory, but Emery knows where Iwobi can improve and believes the attacker has the right attitude.

"He's young, makes a big commitment and he has good physical condition," Emery told reporters.

"He needs to improve something tactically, maybe, but above all he's calm with the ball in the attacking third [in order] to find better assists, finding the possibility to score with composure, or find the best option, whether that is shooting or dribbling.

"He scored [on Saturday], got another very good chance and the possibility to assist [Alexandre] Lacazette, but I think his match – first starting with his attitude – was very big, and his performance was very good."

Arsenal have lost three of their last seven games in the Premier League, with Liverpool, West Ham and Manchester City all defeating them.

As such, questions have been raised over Emery's tactics and the team's adaptation to them, but the coach insists it is a process that does not have a specific end point.

"Each training, each match is a big a challenge," Emery added. "You can win, lose, draw, but the most important thing is going ahead thinking about creating – little by little – an identity, collective spirit, team feeling.

"This is one process. It's not finishing or starting now. It's a process, we can improve a lot."

Unai Emery accepts Champions League qualification is "difficult" for Arsenal but hailed a 2-1 win at Huddersfield Town as getting his side on the right track.

Saturday's victory was Arsenal's first away from home in the Premier League since November, although Sead Kolasinac's late own goal stopped them recording a first clean sheet on the road in the top flight since Emery took charge.

A single point separates Manchester United in fourth and Arsenal in sixth, although fifth-placed Chelsea will go back into the top four if they avoid defeat away to Manchester City on Sunday.

And while Emery accepts his side face a challenge to leapfrog both United and Chelsea, with nearly a third of the season to go he is in confident mood.

"Day 26? We are at the moment one point off Manchester United," Emery told a news conference when asked if Champions League qualification was realistic. 

"If we ask is it easy or difficult for us, it's difficult. But we can [finish in the top four] and day 26, we are on our way.

"Our motivation is very great and every player wants to struggle every match and be consistent in the Premier League over 38 matches. We are moving closer, with our target, to the other clubs.

"We won - the clean sheet is important but above all is to win. You can take a clean sheet and draw only. We spoke before in the dressing room with the team, above all after [the] win, after take individual targets.

"The most important thing first is to score one more goal than them and after, the clean sheet. Every player worked well and the last action, unfortunately for us, they scored and also maybe they deserved it.

"This victory was very important, three points and to be closer to the top four. And our target is this, knowing we need to take the regularity [consistency] at home and away above all.

"Today this victory can give us confidence, it can give us also the possibility to continue with our target in the Premier League."

Bernd Leno twice had to deny Adama Diakhaby, while the goalkeeper also saved from Juninho Bacuna after Kolasinac's 93rd-minute error gave Town their first goal in five Premier League games.

And Huddersfield coach Jan Siewert hailed his side's showing despite another defeat leaving them 13 points adrift of safety with only 12 matches remaining.

"The first half didn't make the situation easy, but I think everyone could see that we put up a big fight," Siewert said.

"Mistakes happen in football, but you could really see what we were working on. I think our supporters could see that too.

"I'm proud. We played against Arsenal - a top side - and you would not know it was a team at the bottom against a team in the top part of the table.

"We still have a lot to do, but you can see that the players are willing to learn. We are working as much as we can. The players proved that. The fight comes first.

"We have some young players here and we have to accept they will make mistakes, but I think you can see that they will benefit from playing games consistently."

Alex Iwobi and Alexandre Lacazette scored first-half goals to set up Arsenal's 2-1 win at Huddersfield Town and earn their first away Premier League victory since November.

The Gunners had taken a single point from their past five away league games and were without Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Mesut Ozil and Aaron Ramsey for Saturday's trip to Yorkshire.

Huddersfield, rock bottom of the Premier League, offered little resistance but did at least score for the first time since Jan Siewert replaced David Wagner as head coach thanks to Sead Kolasinac's late own goal.

Victory moves Arsenal a point behind fourth-placed Manchester United in the congested race for Champions League qualification, with Chelsea going to Manchester City on Sunday.

Arsenal took the lead in the 16th minute. Kolasinac's deep left-wing cross found Iwobi and his volleyed finish took a decisive deflection off Terence Kongolo.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan almost marked his return from seven weeks out with a foot injury with a goal but he could not beat goalkeeper Ben Hamer at the end of a flowing Arsenal move.

But he was involved in Arsenal's second before the break, Mkhitaryan teeing up Ainsley Maitland-Niles for a driven low cross that Lacazette tapped in at the back post.

Huddersfield almost replied in the 50th minute but Adama Diakhaby's driven effort from a low Kongolo cross was saved comfortably by Bernd Leno.

Iwobi should have added his second after Mkhitaryan fed him but he fired his shot into Hamer's chest, while Leno denied Diakhaby again and Huddersfield's home debutant Karlan Grant had an effort cleared off the line at the other end.

And the Huddersfield fans finally had reason to celebrate after four games without a goal as Kolasinac turned into his own net in the 93rd minute, while Leno then saved from Juninho Bacuna to protect the Gunners' victory.

What does it mean? Arsenal still in top-four race

The battle for Champions League qualification looks set to go to the wire, with a single point splitting United in fourth and Arsenal in sixth, although Chelsea have a game in hand.

Huddersfield's survival chances are ever more desperate as a 13-point gap to make up in just 12 matches, considering their almost total lack of goal threat, appears an increasingly impossible equation.

Mkhi shines on return

The absence of Ozil and Ramsey created a spot for Mkhitaryan and the Armenia international was lively, if understandably a little rusty, on his return to action. If the Gunners are to finish in the top four and also push for the Europa League crown, Mkhitaryan will have a big role to play.

Hamer error gives Huddersfield mountain to climb

Deflected goals usually give goalkeepers little chance, but Hamer seemed to have time to react after Iwobi's weakly struck shot hit Kongolo. The goalkeeper, making a fourth Premier League appearance of the season deputising for Jonas Lossl, reacted too late to stop the tame effort.

What's next?

Arsenal's next two games are both in the Europa League as they take on BATE in the last 32, with the Gunners returning to Premier League action at home to Southampton on February 24. Town, who are also out of the FA Cup, are away to Newcastle United a day earlier.

Unai Emery is desperate for Arsenal to end their struggles away from home when they visit Huddersfield Town in the Premier League on Saturday.

Arsenal have fallen to sixth in the table, mostly due to a poor run of six away league games without a win.

But they have a huge chance to return to winning ways when they take on bottom-placed Huddersfield at the John Smith's Stadium.

While Emery is wary of Huddersfield under Jan Siewert, who was appointed in January, he knows Arsenal must find form on the road.

"We started very well away, changing our mentality, but now we need to recover this confidence, to recover this performance and the next opportunity is Saturday against Huddersfield," he told UK media.

"But it is difficult. These matches are difficult and they are playing for the possibility to continue in the Premier League.

"Their last results have not been good but with their new coach, I am sure that they are going to play with a big ambition and a big performance on Saturday.

"I think they have good players with a good organisation. They push a lot and I know it will be difficult. For us as well, away games have been a challenge and each match is a new challenge."

Maurizio Sarri expects Gonzalo Higuain and Eden Hazard to bring out the best in each other after both scored a brace in Chelsea's 5-0 win over Huddersfield Town on Saturday.

After making his Premier League debut in Chelsea's humilitating 4-0 defeat to Bournemouth on Wednesday, Higuain enjoyed a rather more fruitful outing against the seemingly doomed Terriers in his Stamford Bridge bow.

Higuain opened his Chelsea account 16 minutes in, finishing after being released by N'Golo Kante, and Hazard made it 2-0 from the spot just before the interval.

Hazard got his second in the 66th minute when rounding goalkeeper Jonas Lossl, and Higuain followed suit a few moments later – his thumping effort deflecting off Terence Kongolo on its way in, and David Luiz wrapped things up.

It remains to be seen whether Higuain proves to be more of a success at the club than the likes of Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud, but Sarri is certainly optimistic about the striker combining with Hazard.

When asked if Higuain is the outlet Chelsea have been after, Sarri told reporters: "I don't know. I know very well that, when he arrived, he wasn't at the top of his physical condition.

"Now he is improving. I'm really very happy because, apart from the goals, my feeling is he's really suitable to play very close to Eden.

"I think that, on the pitch, they are really very suitable to play one close to the other. For us, this is very useful for Higuain because he will be able to score a lot of goals, but also for Eden."

Although Chelsea were able to put their Bournemouth embarrassment aside, Sarri could not guarantee the Blues will not suffer a similarly worrisome result again.

"I'm not sure, but I hope [the Bournemouth loss was a one-time thing]," he said. "As I said before, we need to improve the mentality, we have to arrive at every match with the same level of determination and motivation, and we don't need to lose a match to have the right motivation.

"So, we need to improve. We'll try, of course, to improve. We need to understand that, in the future, we should not have to lose a game to add motivation."

It was a second successive defeat since taking over at Huddersfield for Jan Siewert, but the German is not panicking, adamant there were good signs from his team.

Asked if he was able to take any positives from the loss, Siewert said: "Everything. We were the ones who had the first chance, we were willing to play forward.

"We feel we created some good moments, but we have to be much more aggressive and willing to score. Sometimes we missed the moment of a shot or a pass. This is training work."

Chelsea star Eden Hazard hopes they impressed head coach Maurizio Sarri with their 5-0 thrashing of Huddersfield Town.

Hazard and Gonzalo Higuain, making his Stamford Bridge debut, scored two goals each as the Blues eased to three points that moves them back into fourth in the Premier League table.

David Luiz's late fifth added gloss to the scoreline and helped to banish memories of Wednesday's humbling 4-0 defeat at Bournemouth.

Sarri was far from pleased with his side's efforts on the south coast, reportedly keeping them in the dressing room after the match for an hour, but Hazard expects him to be pleased with what he saw on Saturday.

"I always say when we lose a game, we need to win the game after, and we did well," he told Premier League Productions. "We played one of the best games of our season and scored five great goals. The fans were not happy on Wednesday and now they are, so we are happy.

"I think [Sarri] will be happy because he was wanting a reaction from us and we gave him one.

"We are happy and we're looking forward to playing Man City [in next Sunday's EFL Cup final]. We need to keep winning like this. This kind of game is the way the manager wants us to play.

"After this game, our confidence is better than two days ago, but we play the champions [next], so we know it will be difficult. We beat them at Stamford Bridge, so why not again?"

Hazard is confident Higuain's first two goals since his loan move from Juventus will be just the start of a productive partnership.

"We try to work with each other," said the Belgium star. "Higuain is a new player but he knows what the manager wants. He is a great striker and he can score a lot of goals. England is different than Italy and Spain, but he has that ability."

Gonzalo Higuain scored his first two goals for Chelsea as they thumped Huddersfield Town 5-0 in Saturday's Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge.

The Argentina striker converted in each half, either side of a double from Eden Hazard, to cap an impressive home debut for the club he joined on loan from Juventus last month.

Chelsea completed the rout in the 86th minute, when David Luiz's header got the better of Jonas Lossl with a hefty deflection off Elias Kachunga.

Maurizio Sarri's side were thrashed 4-0 by Bournemouth on Wednesday, leading to a post-match dressing-room inquest led by the head coach, but they rarely looked in trouble against a Huddersfield side who are 13 points adrift of safety at the foot of the table.

Higuain had come close with a half-volley before opening his Chelsea account 16 minutes in, running onto N'Golo Kante's clever pass and firing high past Lossl.

The Huddersfield goalkeeper had to parry a good strike from Cesar Azpilicueta as Chelsea began to dominate, with David Luiz wasting a great chance with a wayward header.

The visitors were growing into the game when Azpilicueta went to ground under minimal contact from Kachunga, allowing Hazard to send Lossl the wrong way from the spot and make it 2-0 before the interval.

Hazard continued to cause unease for the Huddersfield defence and he eventually struck the killer third goal, gathering Ross Barkley's pass, waltzing around Lossl and finishing left-footed.

Higuain made certain of both the victory and a memorable first outing at the Bridge three minutes later, sending a thumping effort off Terence Kongolo and beyond Lossl from the edge of the box after being set up by Kante.

David Luiz's header was diverted past his own keeper by Kachunga to compound a rotten outing for Huddersfield, who have earned just one league point since the start of December.


What does it mean? Chelsea back in the top four

Saturday's win lifts Chelsea above Arsenal and into fourth place, with the Gunners playing their game in hand away to champions Manchester City on Sunday.

The victory also means Sarri's side now have a goal difference five better than Arsenal's and nine superior to Manchester United's, which could prove important in the race for the Champions League places.

Huddersfield stay bottom with 11 points from 25 games and have now lost 11 of their last 12 league matches. Their chances of survival are looking slim.

Hazard a roaming nuisance

Although starting wide on the left, Hazard drifted across the Chelsea attack to his heart's content and wreaked havoc in the Huddersfield defence. The penalty decision was debatable, but he deserved his goals.

Bacuna bewildered

If Juninho Bacuna was supposed to limit Chelsea's attacking threat, it was a job he failed to do rather miserably, with Hazard, Kante and Barkley left to charge at the defence at will.

What's next?

Chelsea head to champions Manchester City next Sunday, while Huddersfield are in action a day earlier, with Arsenal the visitors to the John Smith's Stadium.

Maurizio Sarri has no qualms over the mounting pressure upon his Chelsea reign, insisting matters were no simpler during an acclaimed spell at Napoli.

The Blues went down to their joint-heaviest defeat of the Premier League era on Wednesday, slumping to a 4-0 loss at Bournemouth.

A section of travelling supporters at the Vitality Stadium sung, "You don't know what you're doing" when new recruit Gonzalo Higuain was substituted midway through the second-half collapse, while another fan confronted Sarri upon his exit from the stadium after a lengthy dressing-room debrief.

Speaking ahead of Huddersfield Town's trip to Stamford Bridge on Saturday, the 60-year-old offered a calm and staunch defence of his methods, labelling himself a "dreamer" who would stick to the style of football he honed to widespread admiration while in Naples.

That three-year stint did not yield a major trophy, however, and it has been observed the demands for honours at Chelsea place a different strain upon Sarri.

Perhaps predictably, he does not see it that way.

"I arrived from Naples. Napoli is, for the third time in a row, in the Champions League," he said. "So the level here is really very high, but the old level wasn't so low.

"I think there was more pressure because Naples is the only big city in Italy with only one team. So, in Naples, the pressure from the fans is really a big pressure."

Sarri estimated he managed a combined six or seven hours of sleep in the two days following the Bournemouth debacle as he poured over the evidence.

Despite accusations that opponents have started to find his tactics predictable – Eddie Howe's side become the latest team to effectively shackle deep-lying playmaker Jorginho – Sarri, who arrived on three-year contract before the start of this season, maintained he will stick to what he knows.

"It's not my problem," he replied when addressing whether his employers would tolerate a prolonged transitional period. "I want to remain the same man.

"If I am a dreamer, I am a dreamer. I have fun with my football. I want to play my football. If I believe that the organisation in a team is everything, I cannot change my mind.

"I think that my job is always at risk and I love my job for this reason. I thrive on pressure.

"So I love my job for everything, but I know very well the rules. My job is always at risk. You can win against [Manchester] City, but after three days you are at risk."

Maurizio Sarri pledged to stick with Jorginho after the damaging 4-0 loss at Bournemouth brought renewed scrutiny for the Chelsea midfielder. 

Italy international Jorginho was a flagship close-season signing from Sarri's former club Napoli and has been a mainstay as a deep-lying playmaker for the Blues this term. 

The ploy worked to fine effect during Chelsea's unbeaten start to the Premier League season but opponents have targeted the 27-year-old with increasing success over the past couple of months. 

Bournemouth goalscorer Joshua King and manager Eddie Howe confirmed shutting down Jorginho was key to their success in midweek and his status in Sarri's side is further complicated by N'Golo Kante filling a shuttling midfield role. 

Kante arguably established himself as the best defensive midfielder in world football during his first two seasons at Chelsea, but playing the French World Cup winner in that position does not fit with Sarri's wider plan. 

Speaking at a news conference to preview Huddersfield Town's trip to Stamford Bridge, Sarri was asked what circumstances might persuade him to deploy the ex-Leicester City favourite in front of the back four instead of Jorginho.

He replied: "Only for 20 minutes if I have to defend a result. 

"It depends upon what you want from Jorginho. If from Jorginho you want the last pass, he has not adapted [to the Premier League].  

"Jorginho is very able to move the ball, to build up the action, but Jorginho usually plays at 40 to 45 metres from the opposition goal, so it's impossible for him to make the last pass.  

"Jorginho is very good for another job." 

A long-serving Chelsea star undergoing a period of adaptation is Eden Hazard. 

The Telegraph reported Hazard was singled out during a lengthy dressing-room inquest at the Vitality Stadium, but Sarri insists the Belgium forward is receptive to operating for the benefit of the collective. 

"I think that he's changing. He was used to playing as an individual player. Now he has to play in a particular way," he explained.  

"It's not easy for him because he became Hazard playing in another way. But I can see that, now, he is more available to play in this way. He needs to improve, of course. That's normal.  

"He's fantastic from the technical point of view, and I think he can do more tactically. At the moment, it's not easy for our striker to play in this team.  

"As you know very well, we have a lot of individual players like Hazard, Willian and Pedro, so it's not easy for the striker to do the right movement at the right time."  

The striker in question over the past week has been Gonzalo Higuain, who is yet to find the net in two appearances since joining on loan from Juventus. 

"At the moment, he's not at the very top, physically," Sarri said of the Argentina international. 

"In the last 45 days, he played a few matches only - because of his back but also because of his involvement in the market.  

"So he needs to improve because he is able to accelerate more than now. Then I think that, if he's able to improve physically, he will be able to be useful for us immediately."

Under-fire Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri sent a message to his Stamford Bridge bosses by insisting success in English football comes through continuity. 

The Blues suffered a punishing 4-0 loss at Bournemouth in midweek, prompting fresh questions over Sarri's suitability to the job. 

Having questioned his players' mentality following the 2-0 loss at Arsenal last month, the ex-Napoli boss saw Chelsea respond with cup victories over Tottenham and Sheffield Wednesday, with the former triumph securing a Wembley date against holders Manchester City in the EFL Cup final. 

But another lengthy dressing-room inquest was in order after Bournemouth dealt out a second-half thrashing at the Vitality Stadium, prompting Sarri to travel home separately from his team to pour over video of the match. 

The Roman Abramovich regime has not customarily shown much patience with such failure but Sarri believes the top three teams in the Premier League at the moment – Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham, operating under the settle reigns of Jurgen Klopp, Pep Guardiola and Mauricio Pochettino - point a clear way forward. 

Asked how long he would stick with his plan A or 'Sarriball' at a news conference to preview Huddersfield Town's weekend visit, Sarri said: "I want to remember that in the first season Klopp and Liverpool were in the middle of the table. The situation in England is very clear. 

"There are three teams above the others. In one, the coach arrived five years ago [Pochettino], in one four years ago [Klopp] and in the other three years ago [Guardiola]. 

"The situation is clear – English football is in the hands of these teams because they had a plan and they were really passionate. 

"We need to work to change the mentality and to go on. The situation for me is very, very clear." 

On whether he required reassurances from the Chelsea hierarchy, six months into a three-year contract, Sarri replied: "I don't mind because I am a dreamer. I want to play my football. If I arrive here into this professional team, I think it is because I am a dreamer." 

Nevertheless, the 60-year-old acknowledged the reality of recalibrating the playing style of a club steeped in a ruthless counter-attacking approach would require considerable work. 

"I think that my football is cooperation so I have to speak to my players and I have to involve them in my football more than we are doing at the moment," Sarri explained. 

"It is not easy to change in four or five months. I need to change the mentality completely. They were used to playing in counter-attack."

He added: "Probably [it is a tougher job than I thought] but I knew very well that it is very difficult because here the level is very high, it is very difficult because this team played another football. 

"It is very difficult because they won with another football, so it is really very difficult but we can do it, I think. 

"We can improve, we can change mentality and we can play our football. It's not easy."

Huddersfield Town have secured the signing of striker Karlan Grant from Charlton Athletic in a reported £2million move.

The Terriers, who lost 1-0 to Everton on Tuesday in Jan Siewert's first game in charge, are bottom of the Premier League and have struggled for goals throughout the season, scoring just 13 in the top flight.

Huddersfield will hope Grant can aid their survival bid after he signed a three-and-a-half-year deal at John Smith's Stadium on Wednesday.

The 21-year-old scored 14 goals in 28 League One matches for Charlton in the 2018-19 season.

"This club believes in talented young players and Karlan certainly fits that description," Siewert said. "He's a player I'm delighted to have the chance to work with."

Jan Siewert is confident he will turn the tide at Huddersfield Town after watching an inspired Jordan Pickford keep his side at bay in Everton's 1-0 triumph.

It was a frustrating first game at the helm for the former Borussia Dortmund reserves boss, with Richarlison's third-minute penalty proving decisive.

But Pickford's display for Everton, who saw substitute Lucas Digne sent off, was also key as he made two stunning second-half stops to deny Aaron Mooy and Elias Kachunga.

"I saw why Pickford is England's number one with incredible saves," said Siewert, whose side sit bottom and 11 points from Premier League safety. 

"We shouldn't find excuses. We need to focus. It's a process which has started. I saw many things I implemented in training.

"The most important thing is we create chances and the goals will come. The lads got my ideas and we had chances."

Everton were coming off the back of a shock 3-2 FA Cup loss to Millwall and patchy form in the league, making this a timely victory for the under-fire Marco Silva.

Silva also had words of praise for Pickford and acknowledged it was an important win for the Toffees, who climbed to eighth. 

"The main thing was to win, to do everything to get the three points and to give a big answer to ourselves and our fans," he said.

"Three points away from home and a clean sheet was important to boost our confidence. It was difficult with 10 men, having played a game on Saturday. They had 10 days to prepare. It was well deserved for our players.

"One free-kick, one header, but they didn't create anything more. Jordan did well in those two moments."

Richarlison's early goal proved decisive as 10-man Everton eased the pressure on Marco Silva with a 1-0 win over Premier League strugglers Huddersfield Town, with Jordan Pickford pulling off a pair of brilliant second-half saves.

Silva has come under increasing scrutiny in recent weeks following a dismal run of two wins in 10 league matches, with Saturday's FA Cup fourth-round defeat to Millwall compounding Everton's misery.

Richarlison's third-minute strike put them ahead, but despite offering little for much of Jan Siewert's first game in charge, Huddersfield were handed a lifeline when substitute Lucas Digne was sent off.

Pickford made a superb stop from the resulting free-kick, and outdid his earlier effort late on to deny Elias Kachunga and secure a much-needed win.

With Idrissa Gueye left out amid links of a move to Paris Saint-Germain, Tom Davies was recalled into Everton's midfield, and the youngster made an immediate impact.

Having made a clever run into Huddersfield's box, Davies kept his cool to find Richarlison who, despite Jonas Lossl's best efforts, tucked home at the second attempt.

Cenk Tosun headed Everton's next chance wide, before turning provider with a subtle flick into Seamus Coleman, who sliced wide.

Davies tested Lossl as Everton looked to double their advantage, but an injury to Leighton Baines forced Silva into a change.

Digne was introduced but 11 minutes later he received his marching orders after hauling down Adama Diakhaby on the edge of Everton's box.

The impressive Pickford had to be alert to prevent Aaron Mooy's free-kick restoring parity and he was on hand again with 10 minutes remaining, lunging to his right to parry Kachunga's header wide and get Everton back on track.


What does it mean? Siewert facing an uphill battle

While Silva will have been impressed with Everton's resilient response to their FA Cup exit, Tuesday's encounter proves just how much work Siewert has to do at his new club. 

Huddersfield had their chances after Digne's dismissal, but failed to take them – a problem that plagued former boss David Wagner – and the Terriers are now six points behind 19th-place Fulham, who came from behind to beat Brighton and Hove Albion.

Pickford to the rescue

Everton's goalkeeper has not quite looked the same since his derby day mistake at Anfield, but the England international came to the visitors' salvation with two fantastic saves.

Digne makes a dismal cameo

Baines impressed on his first Premier League start since August, though Silva would likely have had little concern about Digne's ability to step in. The former Barcelona full-back, however, got caught cold by a long ball, and had no choice but to stop Diakhaby's run and receive his marching orders.

What's next?

It does not get any easier for Siewert, as Huddersfield head to Stamford Bridge on Saturday, while Everton host Wolves at Goodison Park.

Huddersfield Town have appointed former Borussia Dortmund reserve team coach Jan Siewert as David Wagner's replacement.

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