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Elmohamady starts as Hull draw 2-2 with Huddersfield
First chance of the match came in the fifth minute as Elmohamady crossed the ball for Abel Hernández who heads it straight into Jed Steer’s hands.
In the 16th minute, Diamé switches play for the energetic Elmohamady who cuts inside to pass the ball to Huddlestone whose shot got blocked.
Huddersfield were on the counter-attack as Nahki Wells fired over the bar from inside the area in the 28th minute.
The first goal of the match came from James Paterson of Huddersfield. James Husband’s ball found Paterson inside the penalty who scored past Alab McGregor.
Just before the first half ended, the home side looked dangerous after Joe Lolley’s ball was blocked by Harry Maguire.
Ten minutes after the second half began, McGregor made a great save denying a header from Huws that would have made it 2-0 for Huddersfield Town.
Just three minutes later, Huddlestone hit the bar after Maloney pulled the ball back to the midfielder who could have scored the equalizer.
In the 76th minute the Tigers managed to score the equalizer after an Aluko cross in the penalty area which was headed into the net by Abel Hernández.
In the 90th minute, Huddersfield managed to grab a goal after Harry Maguire directed a Harry Bunn cross into his own net to give the home team the lead.
Three minutes later the Tigers managed to score a killer goal after substitute Adama Diomande headed in a deflected cross from Alex Bruce.
The Tigers now lay fourth in the Championship with 70 points behind Brighton and Hove Albion who are on 75 points.
Hull City’s next match will be against 12th placed Wolverhampton Wanderers at home in the KC Stadium on April 15.