Huddersfield Town manager Lee Clark felt his side were very lucky to come away with all three points at Huish Park today. The Terriers managed a smash'n'grab 0-1 away win over the Glovers, thanks to an Anton Robinson goal ten minutes from time, despite the home side twice hitting the woodwork.
Clark, whose side are now on a run of 41 league matches without defeat, was honest enough to admit that on the day his side weren't up to scratch, and had high praise for the way that the 24th placed Glovers had matched his side:
"Credit to Yeovil - they were excellent. I thought we were awful in the first half but we got one or two things sorted out at half-time. In the second half we played some good stuff and created one or two openings. They (Yeovil) were unlucky. They hit the bar a couple of times and the lad running in on a rebound (Ed Upson) is a very good technician and you expected it to be volleyed into the goal rather than wide. I don't know how many chances you get in a season. When you play Monopoly you can get a "get out of jail card' but I don't know how many we've got left."
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