Barry Bannan reacts to Sheffield Wednesday's draw with Leeds

Barry Bannan of Scotland controls a ball during a training session ahead of the FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifying group F match against England at Wembley Stadium on November 10, 2016 in...

The former Leeds United loanee helped Sheffield Wednesday to a point on Saturday.

Barry Bannan of Sheffield Wednesday celebrates with Steven Fletcher and Liam Palmer after scoring his sides second goal to make the score 2-2 during the Sky Bet Championship match between...

Sheffield Wednesday star Barry Bannan has reacted on Twitter to Saturday's draw with Leeds United.

Hillsborough played host to the Yorkshire derby yesterday afternoon as both sides settled for a share of the spoils.

Leeds could and would have crept ahead on the stroke of half time if not for Owls goalkeeper Keiren Westwood, whose stunning finger-tip save denied Patrick Bamford a first goal in nine games.

At the other end, the Whites' keeper Kiko Casilla was also a busy man and produced a number of fine saves to deny Garry Monk's side.

 

Victory would have seen Wednesday move top of the Championship temporarily, which speaks volumes for the good work that Monk has done since taking the job in September.

And here's how Bannan - who had a loan spell at Leeds in 2011 - reacted to the point.

Leeds finished Saturday in third place in the Championship table, one point ahead of their Yorkshire rivals.

Marcelo Bielsa's side welcome QPR to Elland Road on Saturday, while Wednesday are away to Blackburn Rovers.

Barry Bannan of Sheffield Wednesday looks on prior the Capital One Cup Third Round match between Newcastle United and Sheffield Wednesday at St James Park on September 23, 2015 in...

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