What happened to the last Sheffield Wednesday team to beat Derby County at Pride Park?

Sheffield Wednesday head to Derby on Wednesday night carrying an abysmal record of no wins at Pride Park since April 2006.

Tuesday, 10th December 2019, 4:17 pm
Updated Tuesday, 10th December 2019, 4:18 pm
Leon Best after scoring the second goal for Wednesday against Derby in April 2006

Marcus Tudgay and Leon Best were the scorers that day on a sunny afternoon in the east Midlands. Scroll through to see the team and what happened to them

Then on loan from Liverpool until the end of the season. Didn't make an impact at Anfield and moved to West Brom where he made over 100 appearances and become a full England international. Had spells at Bursaspor and Wigan before a long period at Derby. Now back-up at Man City
Also on loan, from Southampton, the Frenchman would make the move permanent that summer but left a couple of seasons later for Plymouth. Switched to the opposite end of the UK by signing for Aberdeen. Forced to retire through injury in 2012

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Spent seven years at Hillsborough before the Owls sold him to Doncaster in 2011. A few years later he was off to Blackburn and then Preston where he finished his career earlier this year at the age of 32 having picked up an injury on loan at Fleetwood
The teak-tough Irish defender spent two seasons at Wednesday before the short move to Rotherham after being released. Spells at Shrewsbury and Southend followed and after a move into coaching he is now manager at Bristol Rovers
The Guinean international left HIllsborough that summer for MK Dons. A loan spell at Cheltenham was made permanent in 2010 and it was there he finished his playing career
The Owls legend headed to his native Scotland in 2008 to turn out for Falkrik but upon retirement was back to Wednesday to become a coach with Wednesday's youth set-up. Eventually joined the first team alongside Carlos Carvalhal and has been caretaker manager on three separate occasions
This was McAllister's first full 90 minutes of senior football and he would go on to spend five years at Hillsborough before embarking on a nomadic career punctuated by a decent spell at Scunthorpe. Still only 32 and playing in the National League at Chester
After three years in South Yorkshire, Scotland under 21 international O'Brien went back up north to join Livingston. Finsiehd his playing career at Cowdenbeath in 2017 and is now U18s coach at St Mirren
Play-off final hero McGovern retired earlier his year after a career that stopped off at MK Dons, Swindon Town, Carlisle United, Derry City, Ayr United, Stirling Albion, Clyde and Elgin City after leaving Hillsborough in the summer of 2006
The Jamaica international was much-traveled when he arrived on S6 and kept that up after he left in 2009. Finished his career at non-league Worcester City and now runs an academy
Marcus Tudgay scored the opening goal at Derby, the club he left a few months earlier. Tudgay spent four years at Wednesday for moving to Nottingham Forest. His senior career came to an end in 2017 at Coventry.
The only Owls sub and scorer of the second goal, Best was in his second loan spell at Wednesday (he would have another in 2014). The Republic of Ireland international was just getting going at this stage and would make a name for himself at Coventry, earning a move to Newcastle which didn't really work out. Last played for Charlton in 2018