Sheffield Wednesday travel to take on Rotherham tomorrow and they will be looking to extend their fantastic record when visiting the Millers.
The Owls haven’t lost a league game against their Yorkshire rivals away from home since 1976, although they did come close to losing that record in February last year – the previous meeting between the sides.
It took a Dominic Iorfa equaliser in the 100th minute of the game to rescue a point and Wednesday looked back at that goal, and the wild celebrations that followed, on Twitter this morning.
And, it brought a response from the defender, who was making his debut that day, as he reflected on scoring the goal in front of the packed away end by commenting ‘scenes’.
Scenes 😍 https://t.co/BoEHqiZOBI
— Dominic Iorfa (@DominicIorfa) October 27, 2020
Unfortunately for the defender, he has missed the past few weeks with an injury and is not expected to play a part tomorrow, so he will be watching on as his teammates prepare for the game.
Garry Monk’s side will be desperate to bounce back after successive defeats which has left the team eight points from safety.
That was a great afternoon for Wednesday as they grabbed a point late on in what was a hugely dramatic and eventful afternoon.
Of course, tomorrow won’t be the same as there won’t be a sold-out away following or the usual atmosphere that these games bring, which is a massive shame.
But, Iorfa and all connected to the Owls will just be hoping they can continue their fine record at Rotherham and get back to winning ways.
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