Sheffield Wednesday 3 Sunderland 0 Highlights, reaction and how it happened

Sheffield Wednesday saw off Sunderland with ease at Hillsborough last night, securing a comfortable 3-0 win over the Black Cats.

Wednesday, 3rd November 2021, 8:11 am

Theo Corbeanu was on target on his first start to open the scoring before Florian Kamberi and Lee Gregory gave a well-deserved gloss to the scoreline on a night where the Owls showed their dominance throughout.

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Here’s how we saw it after a great night for Wednesday and manager Darren Moore.

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Bailey Peacock-Farrell – 7

Made a vital save towards the end of the first half to keep Wednesday’s two-goal lead intact and did well with aerial balls on an otherwise quiet evening. Showed nous to slow things down when needed, too.

Marvin Johnson – 7

Stationed on the left of a back three again, Johnson stuck to his job well and pushed the ball about nicely. Sunderland got a bit of joy in the early stages down his side, but he came back into things well.

Chey Dunkley – 8

Produced a classy goal-saving block on 28 minutes to deny Stewart. Followed up his ‘star man’ effort at Cheltenham with another fine display. Seems to be a real leader at the back and has taken this opportunity to put his stamp on the team excellently.

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For the most part they looked organised, composed, and – most importantly – clinical. After the third they were in cruise control, and the Mackems could sense it too as a number of them made for the car park and the long drive back up to the North East.

The game ebbed and flowed, but at 3-0 the Owls were well in control. There were a couple of scrambles in the Wednesday box, and Kamberi almost doubled his tally, but Gregory’s goal gave the hosts the sort of cushion that they’ve needed in so many games previously.

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Reaction and analysis to come.

We were pleased with him. He worked in behind well and broke their lines with his runs.

His link up play was good today, a constant threat.

We were pleased with him. He worked in behind well and broke their lines with his runs.

His link up play was good today, a constant threat.

Baz is the one. Theo came off as he was cramping up and Greggers was tiring up.

I felt the players responded weeks ago. We had 48 hours for Bolton. Since then, the performances have got stronger and stronger.

I will say, I won’t stay with the three, some weeks I will go with a four. We’ll look at the teams coming up.

We want to bring an energy and bring it to the fans. We have high expectations, we know that. There’s fire in my belly to bring that. We keep building.

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