Mooy cleared of serious injury after Terriers win


Steve Mounie starred as Huddersfield Town ended a eight-match winless streak, beating AFC Bournemouth 4-1 to move out of the relegation zone.

Alex Pritchard fired Huddersfield in front after seven minutes and although Junior Stanislas levelled, the hosts were ahead again before the break thanks to Steve Mounie's 27th-minute header from Aaron Mooy's delivery.

Rajiv van La Parra converted a stoppage-time penalty, awarded for Dan Gosling's foul on Pritchard, to take Huddersfield out of the bottom three.

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Victory did come at a cost for Huddersfield with Australian midfielder Mooy leaving the pitch on a stretcher in the second half after a clash of knees.

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Mounie has struggled for consistency since becoming the Terriers' record signing at £11.5million in pre-season, but he produced arguably his most complete display in England, impressively leading the line to inspire the side's first league win since 16 December. "He got a cut over his knee - he got some stitches as well", Hudderfield manager David Wagner said.

"We have to see what he looks like in the upcoming days - how long he will be sidelined. It was a fantastic afternoon for us".

Manchester United will play their first game with video assistant referee technology against Huddersfield Town in the FA Cup fifth round this month.

Bournemouth become the seventh team that Huddersfield have beaten in all four tiers of English league football.