Two-goal Mounie helps Huddersfield to shock win at Palace

Kristopher Nichols
August 13, 2017

Huddersfield Town's last top-flight match was in April 1972 and also away at Crystal Palace, a 0-0 draw.

Palace's Frank de Boer, formerly in charge of Ajax and Inter Milan, was hugely disappointed with his first Premier League game. Huddersfield's first Premier League goal will go down as a Joel Ward own goal, whilst the first Huddersfield player to score in the Premier League was club record signing Steve Mounie, who bagged himself a brace.

"It is awesome, a start like this and for me to score two goals on my Premier League debut".

"Tommy has all the right skills needed to be a good captain; he is reliable, open-minded, committed and likes to challenge not only himself but the group as well", Wagner said. Nobody is looking at the table. We know we were very clinical and had bit of luck when they missed chances.

"As a player and a potential coach, it was vital that we keep Mark here".

"I said beforehand we will stick to our identity and idea".

"I'm sad to leave Cardiff of course, me and my family love the area and the people are wonderful". No, but i hoped it could happen.

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For every way in which it may have been wonderful for Wagner, it would have been a concern for De Boer.

Mounie's second strike meant the game was over for Palace, and left de Boer and his men to contemplate a poor start to the new campaign.

"They have nothing to lose in this game whereas we do". From there they got a corner and scored.

"The experienced players really teach how it works to be really professional, they're helping, but also they see that if they do well they can make a difference for the team".

The availability of star man Wilfried Zaha will boost Palace's confidence, as the Ivory Coast worldwide will nearly certainly create problems for David Wagner's men, should he be given the chance.

"Until the 3-0 we were very close to making it 2-1". I'm convinced and I saw some highlights that we showed some good football. "If just in those 15 minutes you don't do what the game asked of you, you get punished".

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