Published: Thu, May 10, 2018
Sport | By Stuart Potter

I can't believe we survived - Wagner shocked by Huddersfield achievement

I can't believe we survived - Wagner shocked by Huddersfield achievement

A goal-mouth scramble in the final minutes saw the loose ball fall to Andreas Christensen, whose header was touched onto the post by Lossl.

"The only hope and intention was to keep our hopes alive and win the game".

"I believe that with patience, desire and spirit you can compete with top quality and we've seen today we at least tried it".

Liverpool will go up against the back to back champions on the 26th of May and should they get over taken by Chelsea at the weekend, only a victory would ensure them top level European football next season.

Antonio Conte feels Champions League qualification is likely beyond Chelsea after a 1-1 home draw with Huddersfield Town in the Premier League on Wednesday.

In a season where Liverpool's first choice right-back Nathaniel Clyne missed a big part also due to injury, Gomez was integral in the Premier League campaign and on Liverpool's Champions League run, with the final due to be played on March 26.

Iheanacho fired the Foxes ahead with a sharp left-footed shot from the centre of the penalty area in the 14th minute and Arsenal defender Konstantinos Mavropanos was sent off straight after the restart for hauling down the forward.

In addition to individuals underperforming, there is a sense that Conte's 3-4-3 system has been worked out by many opponents, and regardless of whether the Italian leaves this summer, Chelsea must remodel the attacking half of their team from the ground up on and off the pitch.

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Huddersfield also grabbed a point from runaway champions Manchester City last week.

"We didn't have to rely on other teams, we've done it on our own", said Wagner. For sure, they started this game with only one target in their mind: to take one point.

Marcos Alonso bagged a fortuitous equaliser but the Blues couldn't find a priceless victor.

But Giroud has quickly captured the hearts of the Chelsea faithful and said: "I received a really warm welcome at the club from when I first arrived and I felt like I was at home since I came here, like I've been here a few years, which was very important".

"We knew it was going to be a tough game, they're very good on the ball so we had to get closer and make it hard, so we did it quite well", Mooy said. I think we must give a best compliment to Huddersfield for this result.

Chelsea's final game of the season will be against Manchester United the FA Cup at Wembley on May 19.

"The situation is not in our hands".

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