Luton – Still All To Play For After Huddersfield First Leg Draw

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It’s the morning after the night before and, despite drawing the first leg of the Championship semi-final, we’re still very much in with a chance of reaching Wembley.

Last night, at Kenilworth Road, was a terrific experience, with a game that had everything, a goal for each side and neutrals might claim each side should have had a penalty.

In the end, the Haters had to come back from being a goal down to ensure they travel, on Monday, to the John Smiths Stadium, level and, with all to play for.

Reading through the many posts left on social media, it appears the majority thought the result was a fair one, as the comments below show:

Being someone with a suspicious mind, I’ve often thought when somebody says a draw was a fair result, they’re covering for the fact that, possibly, the opposition edged it.

But that’s somewhat irrelevant now, the Hatters know they travel to Huddersfield knowing, somehow, they win, whether it being during the 90 minutes, extra-time or even penalties, if that dream of reaching Wembley and, possibly, the Premier League is to live on.

Continuing with the social media coverage, the post below sums things up perfectly:

Underdogs, just how we love it, bring it on is what I say!


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  • Chris winter says:

    Posters are not gonna like this but Huddersfield should have had a pen. Luton shouldn’t. Bree was guilty. Jerome deliberately clipped sarr on the back of the leg before going down. That said we’re still in it so bring on Monday.

  • jimbo says:

    agree with you chris. i thought the ref was pretty good overall. luton will always be regarded as underdogs, but it dosent matter, a little bit of luck and you are through to wembley. hope the players are nice and relaxed, and go into this game with a very positive attitude. we all hope that elijah might play, he really does frighten defences. but how well did jerome do till he run out of gas. we must get clark and campbell running the midfield, they are so good, a real pleasure to watch. the long ball over our defence seems to be an ongoing problem. watching the forest game today, they exploit that very well. getting ahead of myself,sorry. stay positive and enjoy.COYH.

  • Chris winter says:

    Hi jimbo, I admit I wasn’t a fan of the ref after a number his performances in the prem this season but I thought he had a very good game. An got the big decisions right.

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