Cardiff City hosted Huddersfield Town on Tuesday night and it was a successful outing for the club as they thumped rivals Huddersfield by three goals to nil. Kieffer Moore was the star of the show as Cardiff played the match with an unchanged starting eleven.
The star performer of the show Kieffer Moore added to his goal tally for club and country this season, taking it to nine goals scored so far this term. His two goals came before half-time as he helped his team dominate throughout the game.
Robert Glatzel started the game from the bench and had to watch on until his introduction. He then gave a good reason to start the next game as he also joined the scoring party. Moore’s first goal was a fine and composed strike as he opened the goalscoring floodgates in the first forty-five minutes. He then scored the second goal after taking advantage of a defensive error from NabySarr.
It was also their second win in just four days, and they have now climbed up the table to 11th position after they were just three points above the relegation zone. The win was also brought about a sigh of relief to manager Neil Harris having been under pressure for a larger part of the current campaign so far.
Harris was full of praise for Moore after the game at his post-match interview, and he said the Welsh striker successfully bullied the opposition defense for a large chunk of the game. He even compared his prized asset to how important Harry Kane is for Tottenham.