Wolves lack bite against Wagner's terrific Terriers
Wolverhampton 0 Huddersfield 2
Huddersfield Town picked up their first away victory since February against a woeful Wolves, who were booed off at Molineux.
David Wagner's side climbed off the bottom of the Premier League to 14th and were hugely deserving of their first win on the road since February 24 as Aaron Mooy scored his first goals in 11 months.
It was their first three points in nine trips after Mooy struck on six and 74 minutes, for his first goals in 29 Premier League games.
This result made it seven points from nine as Huddersfield turned in a comprehensive performance against a disappointing Wolves.
Wolves have now gone five matches without a win and never looked like ending that run in their worst performance of the season.
Huddersfield, with just two points from 15 on their travels this season, took a shock early lead. Mooy was left all alone to steer home a first-time shot from just outside the box after Wolves failed to cut out Erik Durm's cross from the left.
Wolves struggled to create chances against a determined Huddersfield and, despite an improvement after the break, the Terriers weren't finished. Mooy grabbed his and his team's second goal when he curled home a 25-yard free kick 16 minutes from time.