The plaudits were shared around on social media after a good return to action for Sheffield Wednesday following the international break with the Owls notching up a fine 1-0 win at in-form Huddersfield Town
Some praised the team and the coach generally with @RobShirley6561 saying: "So proud of #swfc today. Huge win and deserved. @carloscarvalha2 tactics spot on. Big game Weds but aren't they all #swfc We're on our way." That was echoed by @SheffWedWOTMT who added: "Just got back from Hudds. A very disciplined and organised away performance. Tight game. Back 4 best since Norwich away. Good win; while @swfc1995wright wrote: "Good win that against side who hasn't lost at home this season, great see Forestieri scoring again."
Of course the match-winner, Forestieri drew a lot of praise with @MattyNeedham91 tweeting: "50th game for forestieri today, Not a bad way to celebrate it. Unbelievable player!" And @owlsfan83 added Hooper into the mix, stating: "Played well today. Fessi and Hooper up top were causing them all sorts of problems. Carlos managed the game brilliantly too. Great win." And @OliverPepal said: "Fessi looked unreal today! Hoping we have him back to his old self now."
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Other players, too, drew praise with @TomScott1 picking out Tom Lees: "Would love to see that stats for Tom Lees and aerial duels won today vs season average per game. Thought he was immense."
David Jones also impressed, @MattSummerhill, tweeted: "Thought #swfc did a proper job on the Terriers today defended from the front worked our tails off with and without ball Jones MOM for me." And @mypreciousgolum agreed: "Better with Jones in the team today. More solid in the middle."
And there was more praise for Hooper from @koemanswfc: "Thought @HOOP588 was quality today. Some great link up play which can go unnoticed by some fans at times."
However, finally a word of caution from @carlscott18: "Good result today but need to match the levels on Wednesday night be no good winning today and following it up with a loss."