Week 9 saw Manchester United's unbeaten run in the League broken, following defeat to Huddersfield Town at John Smith's Stadium, according to the Guardian. Huddersfield went ahead when Aaron Mooy capitalized on Juan Mata's midfield stumble and caught the United' defense on the run before he clinically dispatched the ball into the net. Five minutes later, Laurent Depoitre raced onto a loose ball from center back Victor Lindelof — who earlier substituted injured Phil Jones — to round United goalkeeper David De Gea and double the Terriers' lead.

\In the course of the match, Manchester United held more possession of the ball but created few chances up front and managed to find the back of the net courtesy of Marcus Rashford's 78th-minute header off Lukaku's cross.

A few minutes into stoppage time, José Mourinho's side attempted every effort to level up the score but unfortunately, they were unable to find a breakthrough and eventually lost the match to a potent Huddersfield team. Nevertheless, it was a hard-fought victory for the Terriers, who were the better side considering their solid attacking performances.

With this result, Manchester United is second with 20 points, dropping five points behind league leaders Manchester City. Huddersfield is eleventh with 12 points. Here's an analysis of the match.

Huddersfield Town outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Jonas Lössl (6.82). Defender - Tommy Smith (7.51), Zanka (6.70), Christopher Schindler (7.22), Chris Löwe (6.42).

Midfielder - Danny Williams (7.18), Jonathan Hogg (7.22), Elias Kachunga (6.41), Aaron Mooy (7.50), Tom Ince (6.61). Forward - Laurent Depoitre (7.60). Used substitutes - Steve Mounie (six points), Rajiv van La Parra (6.88), Scott Malone (six points).

Team's strength and weakness: David Wagner's side constantly stole possession from United and were effective at setting up goal bound chances through individual efforts and counter attacks.

Furthermore, they were good at finishing but were aggressive in tackling but also lost possession to United.

Style of play: The Terriers played with width and attacked down the right side. They favored long balls and through balls.

Manchester United outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - David de Gea (6.09).

Defender - Antonio Valencia (6.58), Phil Jones (6.63), Chris Smalling (6.55), Ashley Young (7.22). Midfielder - Nemanja Matic (6.57), Ander Herrera (6.48), Juan Mata (five points), Jesse Lingard (6.52), Anthony Martial (6.09). Forward - Romelu Lukaku (6.88). Used substitutes - Henrikh Mkhitaryan (6.12), Victor Lindelöf (5.49), Marcus Rashford (7.30).

Team's strength and weakness: The Red Devils were effective at setting up opportunities from both flanks but were often caught offside and committed a high number of individual stumbles.

Style of play: United held more possession on Huddersfield's half and favored only short passes.

Most performed player in the match

Laurent Depoitre played well for Huddersfield.

Depoitre frequently took advantage of United's defensive errors and in the process he scored a goal. Overall the Belgian striker had 32 touches.

Both teams' Week 10 fixtures

Manchester United will take on Tottenham on Saturday 28 October at Old Trafford, the match is widely tipped as the Match of Week 10. The same day, Huddersfield slogs it out with Liverpool at Anfield.