Here's our verdict...
Cameron Dawson: Blameless for the first two goals but might've done more to prevent the third. 6
Liam Palmer: Limited going forward and struggled to contain the likes of Powell, Jacobs and Robinson. 5
Joost van Aken: Looked nervy and unconvincing in the middle of the back three. 5
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Tom Lees: Found it tough going. 5
Daniel Pudil: Handled himself physically but was given the runaround at times. 5
Adam Reach: Composed on the ball and put some good deliveries into the box. 6
Sam Hutchinson: Struggled in an advanced midfield role before moving to centre back. 5
Joey Pelupessy: Anonymous in midfield and switched off in the build-up to Wigan's third. 4
Barry Bannan: Tidy on the ball but mostly in deep areas. 6
Fernando Forestieri: Showed flashes of his quality - including his goal. 6
Atdhe Nuhiu: Held the ball up well at times, got his goal but then picked up a needless red card. 6
Lucas Joao: Injected a bit of life into the Owls and made things happen. 7
Steven Fletcher: Had a last gasp chance to nick a point but strayed offside. 5
Subs not used: Joe Wildsmith, Morgan Fox, Marco Matias, George Boyd, Jack Lee.
Wigan: Walton 6, James 6, Kipre 6, Dunkley 7, Robinson 8, Morsy 6, Gibson 7 (Power 70), Jacobs 8, Massey 7 (McManaman 82), Powell 7 (Vaughan 70), Grigg 6. Subs: Jones, Bruce, Roberts, Naismith.
Attendance: 14,207 (4,744)
Referee: Tim Robinson