Sheffield Wednesday drew 0-0 with Hull City on Friday evening.
Sheffield Wednesday recorded a second draw in a row as they played out a 0-0 stalemate against Hull City on Friday night.
The Owls lost at Preston North End last weekend, and then drew 1-1 with Queens Park Rangers on Tuesday night, before heading to the KC Stadium on Friday.
Carlos Carvalhal's men once again drew though, as the two promotion-chasing sides cancelled each other out in a game which ended in controversy.
Forward Fernando Forestieri, who was sent off for too bookings against Preston last week having been adjudged to have first dived and then handled the ball, was red carded yet again on Friday, picking up a second yellow card for simulation in injury time.
Many believe that Forestieri was in fact tripped by defender Michael Dawson, leaving Wednesday's players, manager and fans fuming at the final whistle.
After the game, playmaker Barry Bannan took to Twitter in order to send a message to the Wednesday fans who travelled to watch their side in action.
Bannan stated that he felt the 0-0 draw was a good point against an impressive team, praising the club's fans for their support...
That was a good point against a good team great support again safe journey home #swfc— barry bannan (@bazzabannan25) February 26, 2016
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