Huddersfield Town secured their first three points in the Premier League with an opening day away victory at Selhurst Park. Huddersfield's first Premier League goal will go down as a Joel Ward own goal, whilst the first Huddersfield player to score in the Premier League was club record signing Steve Mounie, who bagged himself a brace.
Crystal Palace struggled to deal with Huddersfield's intensity throughout the encounter and David Wagner will be hoping his side can build on this excellent start to the season in the Terriers upcoming fixtures.
Whilst Palace manager Frank de Boer will now have to consider whether to stick with a three-man defence or switch to four at the back for his side's trip to Anfield next weekend.
Huddersfield had an early chance to take the lead but Tom Ince side-footed
1 - Timothy Fosu-Mensah is the first teenager to start a PL game for Crystal Palace since Tom Soares & Ben Watson in May 2005. Fresh. pic.twitter.com/2ysj23O5H7— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) August 12, 2017
Subs: Malone, Coleman, van La Parra, Daniel Williams, Depoitre, Quaner, Hefele.