Date: 11th August 2018 at 6:32pm
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Sheffield Wednesday and Hull City had something to celebrate at Hillsborough earlier today in this weekend’s Championship clash.

Both sides picked up their first points of the 2018/19 campaign as the match ended at 1-1.

Fraizer Campbell had given them the first half lead in the match, but Fernando Forestieri made it two goals in two games as he found the back of the net from the penalty spot in the 51st minute to tie the scores up level, and that was where the scoring ended on the day despite Wednesday having a number of opportunities to take all three points.

Building himself back up to full fitness, Steven Fletcher was the main culprit unfortunately as he hasn’t quite got his shooting boots on just yet, and had he have done so, he could’ve racked up three goals of his own potentially.

In amongst all the performances though, I can’t see anybody polling higher than our Argentine Italian. Let me know if you disagree but he does now have nine goals in his last 15 appearances according to the stato’s and he’s certainly hit the ground running this year even if the club themselves quite haven’t.

 

One Reply to “It’s Another Italian Job For Wednesday’s Man Of The Match After Hull Draw Surely”

  • Too many back passes again , at one stage i began to wonder if clueless had returned to the club , Fox and Pelupessy are nowhere near good enough , Reach was so predictable on the right , only when he went down the left did he deliver a peach of a cross that Fletcher perhaps should have converted , Forestieri was absolute class as usual , Hull could not handle him , apart from they could manhandle him , as witnessed by the camisole top appearance of his torn shirt at the end of the game , we were so bad in the first half that physical Hull could have been out of sight , the fact that we should have won it with better finishing serves only to paper over the Hillsborough cracks , this could be a long nervy season .

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