Leeds and Aston Villa fans react to Huddersfield win against Norwich
By Amir Mir
Leeds and Aston Villa supporters reacted on Twitter after Huddersfield beat Norwich 3-0 in the Championship on Wednesday night.
After a number of costly defeats in recent weeks, the Terriers managed to turn their form around and beat their managerless opponents, thanks to three second-half goals.
Elias Kachunga opened the scoring after 66 minutes, with Aaron Mooy and Nahki Wells adding a further two more goals within the space of seven minutes to ensure the points were sealed.
The result means that David Wagner’s side move up to third in the table where they are now on 74 points from their 39 matches, five points ahead of Leeds, who have played a game extra.
The Whites supporters were slating the number of home supporters that turned up for the weekend game.
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The Elland Road faithful were criticising their small support despite the fact that they are fighting for promotion to the Premier League.
By contrast, Villa fans were pretty pleased to see Norwich, who are one place above them in the table, drop points away from home.
Steve Bruce’s side are nine points off sixth-placed Sheffield Wednesday in the table as they are looking to make a late push for the top six after winning seven out of their last eight games.
Villa travel to Burton Albion on Saturday afternoon, knowing they can move up to ninth if other results go their way.
Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
I don't get it, there playing class and have a chance for promotion yet getting crowds like that lol don't deserve to go up
— Burny (@Aaronburnside) April 5, 2017
All I've heard for last 20 mins at Huddersfield is a drum and songs about Leeds. Say they're not obsessed tho ???? #lufc
— Wayne (@waynelufc1) April 5, 2017
A lot of these wouldn't have been there last season that's for sure
— Dan (@UllKingston) April 5, 2017
Come on Huddersfield, 2 more goals please #avfc
— chris walton (@chriswalton80) April 5, 2017
Norwich losing 2-0 ????????????????
— Yorkshire Lions AVFC (@yorkshireAVFC) April 5, 2017
Huddersfield result looking good for us. #avfc
— Bobbie K (@drum_bob) April 5, 2017
— Sean (@ROI_LUFC) April 5, 2017