Timothy Poseau-Mensah of the first half of the goal itself gave Huddersfield a 1-0 home victory against Fulham and their first victory in the Premier League of the season on Monday.
Fozo-Menashe turned to his net, under pressure from Christopher Schindler of the town, as Huddersfield stopped the eight-game home without a high flying goal and moved over Fulham and Cardiff at the foot of the table.
The Premier League winers' league stretched until April – 14 league games in total – but manager David Wagner could have celebrated the night of his third anniversary in charge with a morale-boosting victory.
Fulham's fifth straight league failed to ease the pressure on boss Slavisa Vakanovic, who was killed in eight league matches without a league win.
"I do not care who scored it or how we did it," said Wagner. "People know we can do better, the pressure was on both teams but how we fought – we left everything on the grass.
"It was coming, in the first half we were clear and the other half managed to keep them away from our goal.
"It's huge for us, we have the sense of victory back, there's no doubt that this is one of the most important victories we've had in the last three years, everyone needed that belief back, it's massive for us."
Huddersfield almost stopped their barren charm in a spectacular way when the 30-mile-long hit by Phillip Billang hit the mezuzah.
Steve Mounie headed Aaron of the MUY to cross the tamely over a short time, and the brilliant effort of Alex Rich out of the area was nailed happily by goalkeeper Fulham Sergio Rico.
But Huddersfield's agonizing wait for the home goal was finally in the 29th minute, which made it 659 minutes in total.
Chris Lowe crossed deep to the left and central Germany – half Schindler saw his title fall into the puso-try network.
It was the 29th goal given this season by Fulham, who failed to make a single effort on goal before the break, so was the end of the Huddersfield performance in the first half.
Boss Fulham Jokanovic sent on Kevin MacDonald and Cyrus Christy for Luca Yano Vietto and Fosu-Mensah at recess and London began in the second half with more intent.
Behind Hoge She cut off Christy's frostbite and Moi turned from the corner.
The Terriers continued to fight and chase and Fritsch shot off the narrow goal in the 68th minute.
Substitute McDonald had to get out of action because of a knock but Fulham started to make it a punch.
Schindler blocked Alex Mitrovich's shot and Andre Schwarz's efforts were rejected on a decision against the other side in the 74th minute.
Schuerrle shot the target again, while replacement city Isaac Mbenza also rejected two chances and a half when sent through the goal in the closing stages.
The town was not rejected, and the first meeting between the two sides since 1952 ended in their favor.