Huddersfield Town v Manchester United, 05 May 2019

Score1-1
RefereeLee Mason
CompetitionPremier League
VenueJohn Smith's Stadium
Attendance24,263
Kick-off: 2.00pm Huddersfield Town had now won one of the last 14 meetings in the top division (lost nine). In the Terriers' two seasons in the Premier League, United became the only team to play two games in the division at the John Smith's Stadium and failed to win either of them. Premier League Head to Head Played: 4 Huddersfield Town won: 1 Drawn: 1 Manchester United won: 2 Huddersfield Town scored: 4 Manchester United scored: 7

1 Huddersfield Town

Manager: Jan Siewert

1 Manchester United

Manager: Ole Gunnar Solskjær

Goals:

Isaac Mbenza 60 G

Goals:

Scott McTominay 8 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Jonas Lössl
Defender Terence Kongolo
Defender/Midfielder Chris Löwe
Midfielder Juninho Bacuna
Midfielder Erik Durm
Midfielder Jonathan Hogg
Midfielder Isaac Mbenza
Midfielder Alex Pritchard
Midfielder/Forward Aaron Mooy
Forward Karlan Grant

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper David De Gea
Defender Victor Lindelöf
Defender Luke Shaw
Defender/Midfielder Phil Jones
Defender/Midfielder/Forward Scott McTominay
Defender/Midfielder/Forward Ashley Young
Midfielder Juan Mata
Midfielder Nemanja Matić
Midfielder Paul Pogba
Midfielder/Forward Marcus Rashford
Midfielder/Forward Alexis Sánchez

Substitutions:

Tommy Smith for Erik Durm 46
Adama Diakhaby for Isaac Mbenza 90

Substitutions:

Ander Herrera for Nemanja Matić 54
Tahith Chong for Alexis Sánchez 54
Diogo Dalot for Victor Lindelöf 83

Cards:

Jonas Lössl 90 Y

Cards:

Phil Jones 33 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Joel Coleman
Defender Tommy Smith
Midfielder Matty Daly
Forward Adama Diakhaby
Forward Elias Kachunga
Forward Steve Mounié

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Lee Grant
Defender Diogo Dalot
Defender Chris Smalling
Midfielder Ander Herrera
Midfielder Andreas Pereira
Midfielder Tahith Chong
Midfielder Fred

Comments:

League position: 20th With one game left to play, Huddersfield Town became the first of the relegated teams (also Cardiff City and Fulham) to avoid defeat in a game against a big six opponent in this Premier League season. The Terriers had now lost 28 games so far in this Premier League season. Only Ipswich Town in 1994-95, Sunderland in 2005-06 and Derby County in 2007-08 had lost more in a season in the division (29 each). Town avoided becoming only the third team to lose 15 or more home games in a season the top division after Blackpool in 1966-67 and Stoke City in 1984-85 (both 15 in League Division One). They had now accrued five points from their last 23 games in the Premier League. The Terriers avoided becoming the first team to score fewer than ten goals in their home games in a completed season in the top division.

Comments:

League position: 6th This result confirmed that Manchester United could not qualify for the following season's UEFA Champions League. United had now failed to keep a clean sheet in ten consecutive league games for the first time since October 1986 in League Division One (11 games). They had also now conceded a goal in 14 consecutive games in all competitions for the first time since December 1970 (16 games). They avoided losing six consecutive away games in all competitions for the first time since February 1974. Scott McTominay had now scored the Red Devils' last two goals in their away games in the Premier League (also at Wolverhampton Wanderers on 2 April 2019). United had now failed to win their final away game in the Premier League in each of the last seven seasons (drawn six).