Tom Leeswas the match-winner for Sheffield Wednesdayas they beat Bolton Wanderers1-0last night. But who caught the eye for Jos Luhukay'smen?
Tom Lees was the match-winner for Sheffield Wednesday as they beat Bolton Wanderers 1-0 last night. But who caught the eye for Jos Luhukay's men?
Had to be alert to keep out Ameobi's rasping effort in the first half. Will be delighted to finally get first clean sheet at S6 - 6 Young full-back coped pretty well against the more experienced Yanic Wildschut. Again struggled going forward - 6 Much more composed after Saturday's error-prone performance against Derby. Partnered Lees well at the back - 6 Returned to the side and was superb at full-back. More than played his part in the much-needed shut-out - 7 Took his goal well as he outjumped his man and glanced home his second of the campaign. Impressive showing - 7 Struggled to impose himself on the contest and was negative with some of his passing. Sacrificed at the break - 5 Had a shaky start and misplaced a few passes which is unlike the Scot. Was back to his usual self after the restart - 6 Played some loose balls in the first half but like most Wednesday players, upped his performance after the interval - 6 Possibly his best outing in a Wednesday shirt. Put his foot in when needed to and set up Lees for the goal - 7 Got better as the game went on. Showed good skill and some slick passes to help the Owls in the final third - 6 Lasted 35 minutes before going off with what can only assume was injury-related. Had a half-chance to open scoring but it was deflected for a corner - 5 Held the ball up when he had to but was limited in terms of chances - 5 Made Owls tick when he was introduced after the restart. Added a much-needed threat in the final third - 6 The Portuguese almost scored with his first touch but blazed an effort over the bar - 5