Another nail was added to Sheffield Wednesday’s relegation coffin on Friday as they lost 1-0 to Watford.
The Owls put in a valiant display against a high-flying Hornets side, but even their best efforts weren’t enough to take anything away from the game.
However, certain sections of the fanbase felt that the Owls deserved something from the game, due to the fact Watford’s goal was a result of poor officiating.
Indeed, fans have been incensed on social media about the decision to allow Tom Lees’ own goal to stand, and it’s not just supporters who weren’t happy.
Josh Windass posted a one word tweet on social media after the game, and it’s clear to see how he felt about the situation.
— Joshua Windass (@WindassJnr) April 2, 2021
To be fair, Windass may have a point.
The ball across was being played to Isaac Success in an offside position, and that led to Leeds sticking a leg out, in turn, putting the ball into his own net.
It’s fair to say that the decision was a controversial one.
Windass has every right to feel aggrieved, but unfortunately, this decision isn’t one that will ultimately define Wednesday’s season, the Owls had 83 minutes after that goal to put things right, but they failed to do so.