Socceroos star Mooy stretchered off in Huddersfield win

David Wagner has preferred

David Wagner has preferred

David Wagner has hailed Huddersfield Town's "huge" 4-1 victory over Bournemouth after seeing his side climb out of the Premier League relegation zone.

Alex Pritchard opened the scoring early on and, although Junior Stanislas levelled soon after, the host side went ahead again in the 28th minute through the lively Mounie, who had set up its first.

Australia midfielder Aaron Mooy suffered a knee injury during Huddersfield Town's victory over Bournemouth, leading to him being stretchered off the pitch.

The Villans maintained their chase for promotion back to the Premier League with a 2-0 win over their struggling neighbours Birmingham City, pushing themselves into the automatic promotion spots.

It was 3-1 after the break when Mounie's shot deflected in for a Steve Cook own goal.

"We have to see what he looks like in the upcoming days - how long he will be sidelined".

Huddersfield manager David Wagner said: "Bournemouth are a very strong opponent on a good run as well".

Pritchard swept in Mounie's pass after seven minutes for his first goal since joining the club but the home jitters returned when Stanislas took a touch before slotting an equaliser. "It was a fantastic afternoon for us".

Huddersfield starting XI: Lossl, Hadergjonaj, Jorgensen, Schindler, Malone, Hogg, Pritchard, Ince, Mooy, van La Parra, Mounie.

Bournemouth are the seventh team Huddersfield have beaten in all four tiers of English league football, along with Bradford, Brentford, Bury, Grimsby, Portsmouth and Watford.

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