Ratings: Daniel Pudil among the stars for Sheffield Wednesday in impressive draw with Sheffield United

There were a number of excellent individual performances as Sheffield Wednesday turned in a battling display against derby rivals United.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 12th January 2018, 11:37 pm
Updated Saturday, 13th January 2018, 8:25 am
Daniel Pudil (right) battles with Clayton Donaldson in Friday night's Sheffield derby
Daniel Pudil (right) battles with Clayton Donaldson in Friday night's Sheffield derby

Here's how we rated the Owls players after a battling show at Bramall Lane...

Joe Wildsmith 7Comfortable with everything he had thrown at him and made a superb save to deny Donaldson

Glenn Loovens 5Was one of Wednesday’s best players until he was sent off for a tackle he didn’t have to make

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Frederico Venancio 8Composed on the ball and excellent in the air. Was pivotal to the success of a strict, rigid backline

Daniel Pudil 8Best performance since his first season at Wednesday. Picked up mantle of organising after red card

Liam Palmer 7Put in a few good crosses and did well getting back. Got forward well but lacks composure up there

Morgan Fox 6Had a very nervy opening 20 minutes with United on top but grew into the game as it went on

Ross Wallace 7An absolute nuisance all night, he appeared to have United rattled and relished it

David Jones 7Another who got better as the game went on. Broke up play and prevented Fleck getting a foothold

Adam Reach 7Perfectly placed in that position, he took the pressure off by bringing it out from the back. Unlucky not to score at the end

Lucas Joao 8Didn’t have too many chances but his workrate was phenomenal and showed the off bit of skill and flair

Jordan Rhodes 6Didn’t offer a great deal, though had few opportunities. Headed his best chances well wide

SubstitutesGeorge Boyd 6(for Rhodes, 72 mins) Offered a lot of energy in the midfield especially in the frantic final stages

Atdhe Nuhiu 6(for Joao, 82 mins) Got the crowd going when he came on and shook up the Blades defence a little

Sean Clare n/a(for Wallace, 90 mins) Not on long enough to make an impact but a good experience

Not UsedJacob Butterfield, Marco Matias, Jordan Thorniley, Cameron Dawson