Sheffield United's derby delight prompts questions over Wednesday's attitude

25 September 2017 09:39
As good as Sheffield United were in trouncing their Steel City neighbours 4-2, Sheffield Wednesday’s tendency to disappear in big games is a concernWith a few minutes remaining of the first Sheffield derby in five years, Chris Wilder congratulated and high-fived everyone on the United bench. By that point the job was done, the scoreline at 4-2 and Wednesday’s spirit crushed: this was United’s most comprehensive derby win in 25 years and the first time they have scored four at Hillsborough.Unsurprisingly Wilder, a Blades fan who watched his first derby from the terraces 37 years ago, described it as the proudest moment of his career. Related: Football League: Alfred N’Diaye winner sees Wolves keep pace at summit There's a delay to the start of the second half at Bolton vs Brentford because of a kids' penalty shootout. pic.twitter.com/xv2YIArjzF Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian