Josh Koroma and Sorba Thomas showcased their prowess with goals and assists in both halves, earning Huddersfield Town a well-deserved three points against Rotherham United on Saturday afternoon!
The Town commenced the match with vigour, sustaining their momentum throughout the game. They posed a constant threat with 11 attempts on the Millers’ goal.
Although Kian Harratt and Delano Burgzorg left the field contemplating whether they could have done better, it was Josh Koroma and Sorba Thomas who stepped up, collaborating to secure the victory in each half.
In a strikingly similar fashion, Koroma initiated the scoring by connecting with a cross from Thomas on the right. He deftly redirected it home from close range at the far post. Later, Thomas replicated this move, making an almost identical run to the back post, where Koroma found him with a low cross from the left!
Helik, Pearson, and Nicholls, in particular, executed their defensive duties admirably whenever Rotherham pushed forward. The Town’s defence, as a collective unit, did a splendid job of keeping the visiting side at bay for the majority of the game.