CARLOS Corberan blamed the lack of a cutting edge as struggling Huddersfield slipped further into danger with defeat at Preston.
Brad Potts edged the hosts ahead midway through the first half before Ched Evans put them in the driving seat, despite being second best.
Scott Sinclair made the points safe with ten minutes to go with an empathic firsttime finish, with the Terriers now losing four of their last five games.
“We did not get the result in the moment when we were controlling the game,” said head coach Corberan.
“We created chances in the first 20 minutes and did not take them. Afte...
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