TV pundits purr over Sheffield Wednesday's "brilliant" second goal in win against Leeds United

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Atdhe Nuhiu has been praised for his performance off the bench against Leeds United after grabbing a goal and an assist to help Sheffield Wednesday to a superb late win at Elland Road.

The Kosovo striker replaced Sam Winnall on 68 minutes and created Jacob Murphy’s opener to give Wednesday the lead and then got on the scoresheet himself in injury-time to seal the points for the Owls.

Analysing Wednesday’s win at Leeds, Quest presenter Colin Murray, said: “They lost three in a row and then they beat Brighton away and Leeds away. Let’s not try and analyse it let’s just say welcome to the world of being a Sheffield Wednesday fan.”

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While pundit Sam Parkin said: “The Leeds fans will say same story a little bit, wasteful in the final third but Sheffield Wednesday, yes, they had a little bit of luck but the goals were fantastic and doing it without Steven Fletcher who is going to be out for a few months now that is a huge result for Garry Monk to get them back firing.”

On Nuhiu he added: “Incredible, this is the fourth time he has done this (scored), this season in injury-time.

“I love this goal; three brilliant touches – Bannan round the corner, wonderful pass, and Reach perfect weight and then there is only one place as a centre-forward you can put that, you can use the defender as shield and you have got to bend it with place into that corner, it is a quite brilliant goal.”