Reactions - Sheff Wednesday v Bristol City (18/11/17)
Following yesterday's clash between Sheffield Wednesday and Bristol City, here are the instant reactions from both managers.
Sheffield Wednesday hosted Bristol City at Hillsborough for a 3pm kick off on Saturday November 18 and both sides played out a scoreless draw on the day.
Both sides played out a stalemate and in cancelling each other out they both lost their winning runs
Westwood, Hunt, Lees, Loovens, Fox, Wallace (Lucas Joao 61), Butterfield (Lee 69), Bannan, Reach, Rhodes, Hooper (Fletcher 83).
Jones, van Aken, Palmer, Wildsmith.
Fielding, Smith, Flint, Baker, Magnusson, Brownhill, Pack, O'Dowda, Reid, Bryan (Paterson 73), Taylor (Djuric 67).
Steele, Woodrow, Eliasson, Vyner, Leko.
Speaking to the BBC's cameras a short time after match day referee Tony Harrington blew the final whistle, Sheffield Wednesday gaffer Carlos Carvalahl explained.
'The game was very balanced - we played against a team doing really well in away games. They've just lost one game so far. We had chances and they also had chances. These types of games, if you score, it's a massive advantage. I think the score is correct. There are three or four games in the competition like this. Let's see if this point will be important at the end of the season. I think our team misunderstood what they had to do. We missed a lot of passes, which usually we don't do.'
Bristol City head coach Lee Johnson in his comparitive interview explained.
'I'm pleased with a point at a tough place to come. We had the better chances. If we'd come away as 1-0 winners, I don't think it would have been a smash-and-grab job. The Wednesday fans got frustrated - and to be honest, that was because my boys shut the passing lines off. The game plan was to come here and win. We came with a 'plan B'. We just need to be a bit more solid in midfield. The plan was to play our game - the high press.'