The loss sees the Terriers lying in down in 19th place, just five points away from the relegation zone, and they could be set to battle Yorkshire rivals Sheffield Wednesday and Rotherham United in a drop-zone scrap over the coming weeks.
Speaking to the Yorkshire Post after the game, Corberan contended: "The two goals were ones we should have avoided and then we should have got something positive in the game. I do not think we were organised in defence from minute 15 to 45 and this is my responsibility.
"I could have helped the team adapt better and that is one of the reasons we lost our advantage and that is something we need to adapt to fast.
“In the last weeks, we have also created (conceded) three penalties in a row and we have to change this.
"But the reaction in the second half was what I was looking for and we won more second balls in the middle with (Lewis) O’Brien in the middle and Aaron Rowe on the left.”
Here are today's biggest transfer stories and the latest team news involving Huddersfield Town and the rest of the Championship, ahead of another action-packed weekend of second-tier football:
1. Watford appeal over Gueye controversy
Watford are believed to have filed an appeal to FIFA over the transfer of midfielder Pape Gueye to Marseille, as they contend the player had already agreed terms with the Hornets before heading to Ligue 1. (Sport Witness)
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2. Gers' Ofoborh decision explained
Rangers are said to have opted against bringing in new signing Nnamdi Ofoborh straight away last month, instead deciding to allow the player to join Wycombe Wanderers on loan so as to continue his development in the Championship. (Football Insider)
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3. Pearson reveals step up in standard at new club
Bournemouth new boy Ben Pearson has revealed it took him time to get used to the "difference in standard" following his move from Preston North End, but has taken the challenge in his stride and is eager to get more game time under his belt. (Club website)
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4. Shawcross edges closer to exit
Stoke City icon Ryan Shawcross is thought to be on the verge of securing a move to MLS side Inter Miami, after weeks of negotiations. He's been with the Potters for 14 years, after joining from boyhood club Manchester United. (Stoke Sentinel)
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