The Championship is back with a bang.
Sheffield Wednesday and Charlton have both enjoyed faultless starts to the new campaign, while for the likes of Stoke and Reading, there have been the same old problems.
On Friday night, it was over to two of the sides relegated from the Premier League last season as Huddersfield and Fulham went head to head.
The Terriers' defence doesn't seem to have got much better over the summer, that's for sure.
They suffered a 2-1 defeat, Ivan Cavaleiro scoring a fine winner for the west Londoners with 10 minutes of normal time remaining.
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It was a perfectly produced team goal from the visitors, curled into the top corner by the Portuguese.
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Aleksandar Mitrovic had opened the scoring for Fulham, but unfortunately the striker is likely to hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons instead.
The Serbian was guilty of some first-class playacting as he pretended to have been hit in the face while down on the floor.
Surely Scott Parker will be having words. It shouldn't put a dampener on what was otherwise a very productive night for his side as they moved up to third.
However, the Football League have set a precedent for this sort of behaviour, Patrick Bamford and Dwight Gayle both having received two-game bans for 'deceiving the referee' last season.
A similar suspension really ought to be incoming and questions will be asked if Mitrovic isn't punished.
Football fans react
What we *should* be talking about is the 24-year-old's very impressive record in the second tier - 14 goals in his last 17 Championship appearances, to be precise.
Instead, there was uproar, and understandably so, from football fans who want to see action taken against him.News Now - Sport News