#ThrowbackThursday: August 13, 2005

13th August

Huddersfield 3-1 Swansea
League One - Saturday, 13 August 2005
Nine-man Swansea saw their perfect start to the season come to an end in a bad-tempered game at the Galpharm Stadium.
The home side took the lead just before the half-hour mark as Andy Booth headed home after Danny Schofield's cross was parried by Willy Gueret.
But the lead was short-lived as the Swans hit back five minutes later.
Lee Trundle was tripped by Nathan Clarke inside the box, and the striker stepped up to score from the penalty spot.
Huddersfield regained their lead four minutes before the break however, as a sweet volley from Pawel Abbott flew past Gueret.
But the second half was one to forget for the Swans, who ended the game with nine men.
Kristian O'Leary saw red midway on 67 minutes for an elbow on Jon Worthington, with the home side going on to extend their lead nine minutes later through Danny Schofield.
The Swans' day got even worse in stoppage time as defender Izzy Iriekpen was sent off for dissent.

HUDDERSFIELD: Rachubka, Adams, Nathan Clarke, McIntosh, Holdsworth, Schofield, Hudson (Carss, 82), Worthington (Collins, 90), Brandon, Booth (Taylor-Fletcher, 77), Pawel Abbott.

SWANS: Gueret, Ricketts, Austin, Iriekpen, Tate, Goodfellow (Anderson, 45), O'Leary, Martinez (Tudor Jones, 85), Forbes (Britton, 38), Trundle, Akinfenwa.

Attendance: 10,304