Mooy: 'Bad day' for Huddersfield after Premier League loss to Bournemouth
Caltex Socceroo Aaron Mooy described it as a "bad day" after his side Huddersfield Town lost 4-0 away to Bournemouth in the English Premier League overnight.
Mooy, fresh from helping the Socceroos qualify for a fourth consecutive World Cup, was rushed back into David Wagner's starting XI despite flying in from Australia just a couple of days before the game.
But a hat-trick to Callum Wilson powered the Cherries to the win - incredibly after playing the second half with just ten men following a red card to Simon Francis.
Mooy told HTTV after the game:
"We started really well but didn't take any of our chances. And then got done by two set pieces.
"We've got to be clinical. There's nothing we can do. It's a bad day and we have to move on."
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