Newcastle United are living dangerously again and they could be sent back to the Championship if they do not arrest their poor start to the season.

After the opening day loss to Tottenham Hotspur at St. James Park last weekend, many expected that the Magpies will come fighting as they face another newly promoted side in Huddersfield Town.

However, Coach Rafael Benitez's team failed to show their readiness for action in the top flight as Huddersfield Town recorded their second successive win in the Premier League with a 1-0 victory over Newcastle United.

A second-half strike from Aaron Mooy proved enough for the Terriers as they claimed a deserved win over a team who finished above them in the Championship last season.

It took just four minutes for Huddersfield to create their first Premier League chance in front of their own supporters with Mooy's low strike being comfortably kept out by Newcastle stopper Rob Elliot.

Though that effort did not yield an early goal, the magic moment came in the 50th minute and Huddersfield seized the moment.

Though Newcastle United attempted to have a share off the spoils, Huddersfield were able to hold on to seal a famous win in front of their own supporters, one which sees them maintain their 100% record alongside Manchester United and West Bromwich Albion.