Sheffield Wednesday fans react on Twitter to full-back performances

Sheffield Wednesday's Daniel Pudil (L) and Keiren Westwood

Daniel Pudil and Jack Hunt did not impress v Leeds.

Sheffield Wednesday's Daniel Pudil (L) and Keiren WestwoodSheffield Wednesday's Daniel Pudil (L) and Keiren Westwood

Sheffield Wednesday found themselves on the wrong end of a derby defeat today – as Leeds United picked up a 2-0 win at Hillsborough.

It was another poor result from Wednesday, following on from defeat against Burton Albion.

There were some very poor performances from the Owls in the fixture. Ross Wallace for instance was not himself in a wasteful display.

Sheffield Wednesday's Daniel Pudil waves to fansSheffield Wednesday's Daniel Pudil waves to fans

But it was the full-backs who were mostly to blame, at least in the eyes of the Wednesday faithful that is.

Daniel Pudil found himself constantly torn to shreds by the pace of Hadi Sacko on the Leeds right-wing.

Sheffield Wednesday's Jack Hunt in action with Hull City's Andrew RobertsonSheffield Wednesday's Jack Hunt in action with Hull City's Andrew Robertson

The Czech Republic international could not contend with his pace and power in a truly worrying performance.

Whilst his performance was bad, Jack Hunt on the other side could not hold his head much higher.

He struggled to deal with the marauding Charlie Taylor from left-back and was poor when he found himself in positive attacking positions.

On Twitter the feeling was fairly unanimous from the Sheffield Wednesday support. The pair need stronger competition if they are to improve their lacklustre performances ...

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