Huddersfield Town secured a big 4-1 win over AFC Bournemouth to inject new life into their Premier League survival hopes, but the triumph was soured by Aaron Mooy's injury. It was an important win for the relegation-threatened club and ended a five-game losing streak.
Bournemouth found its opponent even more hard to deal with after the break, only managing to stay within touching distance as a result of Huddersfield's profligacy.
Mooy started the match as the Terriers romped home in the second half to get themselves out of the drop zone for the time being.
Midfielder Pritchard, a £14m January signing from Norwich, collected Mounie's cut-back to sweep in his first goal for Huddersfield after just seven minutes.
A lovely finish from Junior Stanislas had brought the visitors a 13th-minute equaliser to Pritchard's opener and the Cherries offered a threat that could have destabilised Town given their recent run.
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Steve Cook nearly brought Bournemouth level again soon after, but his flick from a clever corner routine clipped the outside of the left-hand post.
Lowest Huddersfield need Mooy.
Huddersfield had further chances to put the game out of reach, most notably when Tom Ince headed over Mooy's cross from six yards.
Huddersfield subsequently suffered the blow of seeing the excellent Mooy taken off on a stretcher, putting a dampener on an otherwise excellent afternoon for the Yorkshire club. Steve Cook then cleared weakly to Rajiv van La Parra, who from 40 yards found Mooy.