Nottingham Forest romped to a 6-1 win over Huddersfield Town in the 2012-13 season thanks to a first-half hat-trick by Radoslaw Majewski. The visitors went in front after James Vaughan volleyed home on ten minutes, but we hit back as Majewski tapped home from close range. Centre back Elliot Ward’s glancing header but us in front minutes later and Majewski added his second with a low drive following a neat passing move on 37 minutes. The Polish midfielder completed his hat-trick on the stroke of half time with a thunderous effort which crashed in off the crossbar. The scoring wasn’t finished there as Henri Lansbury made it five ten minutes after half time with his first goal for the club, and Darius Henderson completed the rout with a thumping header at the back post in injury time.
Ten-man Nottingham Forest came from behind to seal a late win over Huddersfield in League One. Kelvin Wilson was sent off controversially for a last-man challenge and Phil Jevons converted from the spot. Chris Cohen's first goal for the club arrived just after the hour mark to level the contest before Lewis McGugan's brilliant late strike completed the turnaround and sealed the three points.
Nottingham Forest moved into second place in League One with a thumping win over Huddersfield on Trentside. Junior Agogo lifted The Reds into an early lead and Lewis McGugan, who came on following a serious injury to Sammy Clingan, struck a brilliant second. Grant Holt converted from James Perch's pass to put Forest 3-0 up after 19 minutes. Perch then added his name to the scoresheet as he cooly volleyed home a fourth before half time and Agogo added a fifth on the hour-mark. Matthew Young struck a consolation late on for The Terriers as The Reds won comfortably.
Saturday 6 August 2005
Nottingham Forest 2 (Dobie 45', Johnson 87') Huddersfield Town 1 (Abbott pen 64')
A late David Johnson goal helped Nottingham Forest to three points over Huddersfield on the opening day of the 2005-06 season. Scott Dobie put The Reds ahead on the stroke of half time, prodded in from close range. Pawel Abbott levelled the contest from the penalty spot just after the hour mark before substitute Johnson got on the end of a Kris Commons pass to score at the second attempt past goalkeeper Paul Rachubka.
A 3-0 win over Huddersfield Town kept our promotion push firmly on track in the First Division in the 1997/98 season. Pierre van Hooijdonk struck the opening goal on 36 minutes and Thierry Bonalair doubled the lead shortly after the hour mark. Dutch striker van Hooijdonk scored his second and our third goal with ten minutes to go to seal the three points. We would go on to win the First Division title, while Huddersfield pulled away from the relegation places to finish 16th.