Huddersfield Town 3 Blackpool 2 - player ratings

Huddersfield Town came from behind twice to claim an important win over Blackpool.
GAME-CHANGER: Sorba Thomas celebrates his equaliserGAME-CHANGER: Sorba Thomas celebrates his equaliser
GAME-CHANGER: Sorba Thomas celebrates his equaliser

The defending was not always of the highest quality but the Terriers showed great spirit and produced three high-quality finishes to claim a 3-2 win.

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Matty Pearson - not easy dealing with Gary Madine, who beat him in the air for his goal, but he did a decent job all things considered, moving into the centre of the back three 6

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Tom Lees - picked up a very concerning injury just after the half hour which knocked him out. he was at fault for the opening goal, but has been a key player this season, so Huddersfield will be hoping he is back soon 5

Naby Sarr - a replacement for the ill (not Covid) Levi Colwill, he did not have his best game and was substituted in the chase for victory 5

Sorba Thomas - two wonderful finishes inside three minutes to win the game 8

Scott High - no lack of effort from the midfielder 6

Lewis O'Brien - showed flashes of his quality 7

Harry Toffolo - produced some good crosses, including for Danny Ward's goal 7

Duane Holmes - a lively presence without the end product 6

Danel Sinani - not a game where he stood out 6

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Danny Ward - winning Town fans over with his workrate and goals 7


Ollie Turton (for Lees, 41) - the concussion substitute did a decent job 6

Jordan Rhodes (for High, 59) - immediately had a goal disallowed and was involved in Thomas's equaliser 6

Aaron Rowe (for Sarr, 80) - N/A

Josh Koroma (for Holmes, 80) - N/A

Not used: Ruffels, Schofield, Russell.

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