Sky Sports: Ismaila Sarr crossed from the right hoping to find Isaac Success but instead saw the ball turned into the Wednesday net by Owls centre-back Lees. A raised flag indicating Success had been offside saw the goal initially disallowed but referee Chris Kavanagh consulted with assistant Dan Cook and ruled the Watford man had not been interfering with play.
BHappy: Sarr’s rapid recovery had already seen him play a ball in towards Isaac Success which was smuggled out of play by the attentions of two Wednesday defenders. The goal itself will prove to be the one truly exquisite move of the game; Adam Masina had made a pig’s ear of a crossfield ball less than a minute earlier but his second go is magnificent, a searing pass from left to right dropping into the feet of Sarr. Sarr’s cross does Masina’s work justice, it’s completely undefendable scything between the defence and the goalkeeper; we get a break, on another day Chris Kavanagh sympathises with Wednesday claims that Isaac Success, lurking on Tom Lees’ shoulder, is offside and interfering with play. This time he doesn’t, Lees propels the ball past his goalkeeper and the ‘orns are ahead.