Huddersfield Town 4 AFC Bournemouth 1: Did you make it into our fan gallery?

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If you were at the John Smith’s Stadium yesterday, you may have been snapped by our photographer

Huddersfield Town claimed a vital three points yesterday by beating Eddie Howe’s AFC Bournemouth at the John Smith’ Stadium.

Alex Pritchard scored the opening goal on his full home debut for the club before Junior Stanislas cancelled out the strike.

But Town would not be denied and ensured a first league win since mid-December thanks to a Rajiv Van La Parra spot kick and a Steve Mounie brace.

A sizeable crowd was present for the clash, with 23,823 fans coming through the turnstiles on the day.

Around 1,200 of them were Cherries fans who had to set off from the south coast at around 1.45am in order to watch the match.

If you were part of the home crowd on Sunday, you may have been snapped by our photographer at the game.

Flick through the gallery above to see if you made it into our photos.

AFC Bournemouth captain Tommy Elphick celebrates promotion to the Premier League.

Huddersfield Town's form at the John Smith's Stadium could prove crucial for their Premier League survival.

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Huddersfield Town's Rajiv Van La Parra is shown a red card at the end of the match against Manchester City.

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