Felipe Anderson drew a draw in the second half to save West Ham in a thrilling 1-1 draw in the Premier League at Huddersfield.
Anderson scored his third goal in two games by breaking home a 74th minute rebound after Alex Pritchard gave Huddersfield a half-time lead in the first season.
Huddersfield played some of their best championships of the season in the first period when he hit the wood twice and will be disappointed not to have won the two consecutive Premier League wins they wanted.
But the Hammers have improved in the second period and have created enough chances to wrest the victory from them.
Steve Mounie was denied his first goal of the season when West Ham goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski brilliantly shot his header on the crossbar in the second minute.
In the blink of an eye, West Ham then overtaken the offside trap from the other side, but Marko Arnautovic's shot was deflected wide by Jonas Lossl.
It was a resounding start to the game of Huddersfield's memories after a minute's silence had been marked by the trumpeter's last post.
The terriers charge in the sixth minute. Pritchard received the ball back out of captain Jonathan Hogg on the right hand edge of the penalty area and his left foot hit Fabianski with a wrong foot and ended up in the bottom corner.
The deep cross of Philip Billing from the left a little later wedges on Fabianski and hits the inside of the second post.
Town had waited 659 minutes for his first home goal in the 1-0 lost game against Fulham on Monday, but he could have had three in the first 15 minutes against the Hammers.
Fabianski saved the Londoners again on the 27th, diving low on the left to avoid a shot by Mounie, who was supposed to score after being freed in the area by Florent Hadergjonaj.
Huddersfield lost momentum just before the interval after left-back Chris Lowe was brought on a stretcher due to a right shoulder injury. The German and World Cup winner Erik Durm replaced him.