The Owls defeated a somewhat rejuvenated Fulham side 1-0 at the Craven Cottage, Ross Wallace grabbing the only goal of the game with a strike fitting to win any football match.
The former Sunderland man picked up the ball on the right wing just before the half-hour mark, cut inside onto his lethal left foot and sent a dipping shot from 30-yards over goalkeeper Andy Lonergan.
With Rodney Marsh in attendance at Fulham, he later pleaded with those who haven’t seen the goal to go find a clip and revel in its brilliance as he comments on social networking site Twitter.
Importantly for Wednesday, Wallace’s goal helped them overcome a tricky opponent and maintain their push for a top six place come the end of the Championship campaign.
The Yorkshire outfit are more than a match for anyone at Hillsborough, yet their away form has let them down somewhat this season and a vast improvement on the road is needed.
Carlos Carvahal’s men have taken 39 points from 25 matches, and now sit just two points shy of Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich Town who currently occupy the final playoff position.
As for Wallace, his strike was only his second goal of the season and for a player with his ability, the Scotland international will be hoping for more goals before the season’s end.