Sheffield Wednesday v Walsall, 26 December 2004

Score3-2 to Sheffield Wednesday
RefereeEddie Evans
CompetitionLeague One
VenueHillsborough
Attendance26,996

Goals:

Kenwyne Jones 30 G
Paul McShane own goal 65 OG
Steven MacLean penalty 73 P

Goals:

Marvin Robinson 42 G
Paul McShane 81 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper David Lucas
Defender Lee Bullen
Defender/Centre back Graeme Lee
Defender/Centre back Richard Wood
Defender/Midfielder Joey O'Brien
Defender/Left back Paul Heckingbottom
Midfielder Matt Hamshaw
Midfielder Jon-Paul McGovern
Midfielder Glenn Whelan
Forward Kenwyne Jones
Forward Steven MacLean

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Joe Murphy
Defender Paul McShane
Defender/Midfielder Neil Emblen
Defender/Left back Zigor Aranalde
Midfielder Mark Kinsella
Midfielder Paul Merson
Midfielder Michael Standing
Midfielder Mark Wright
Midfielder/Forward Darren Wrack
Forward Jorge Leitao
Forward Marvin Robinson

Substitutions:

Chris Brunt for Matt Hamshaw 83

Substitutions:

Simon Osborn for Mark Kinsella 73
Joe Broad for Michael Standing 78

Cards:

Richard Wood 25 Y
Kenwyne Jones 45 Y
Steven MacLean 45 Y

Cards:

Paul McShane 45 Y
Zigor Aranalde 75 Y

On the bench:

Midfielder Chris Brunt

On the bench:

Midfielder Joe Broad
Midfielder Simon Osborn

Comments:

League position: 8th Unused substitutes: Rob Poulter, Guy Branston, Andrew Talbot and Ross Greenwood

Comments:

League position: 15th Unused substitutes: Mark Paston, Moreira Herivelto and Daryl Taylor On his senior debut, Paul McShane 'scored' for both teams. However, some sources incorrectly debited the Walsall own goal to Mark Wright. The match report on the club's official web site described the goal, as follows: "It took the second half a while to get into gear but The Saddlers were not showing much as an attacking force with the home side looking the most likely to take the lead and sure enough, on 64 minutes a cross from the right was not properly cleared by Mark Wright as he mis-hit clearance struck McShane and trickled over the line to leave Murphy on his knees in despair."