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Sheffield Wednesday ace makes admission following his goalscoring heroics

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Speaking to Sheffield Wednesday’s official Twitter account, Adam Reach has been reflecting on his sensational strike in Boxing Day’s victory over Nottingham Forest.

Reach struck his fourth goal of the season in yesterday’s 3-0 victory, with the 24-year-old’s strike the pick of the bunch, as Wednesday bounced back following the exit of Carlos Carvalhal, who left the Owls after over two years at the helm.

A bouncing ball broke to Reach on the edge of Forest’s penalty area, with the Wednesday ace smashing a fierce right-footed volley back into the top corner. The midfielder was quick to reflect on his goal, admitting it was an area of his game that he had been working on.

Reach’s goal set Wednesday up for a return to winning ways, with Jordan Rhodes and Lucas Joao adding a goal apiece as the managerless Owls picked up an impressive victory at the City Ground.

Wednesday now sit 14th in the Championship table, and will be looking to build on an improved performance when they return to action at the weekend.

Reach and his teammates travel to Griffin Park on Saturday, where they a tasked with a testing clash with Brentford, who enter the contest on the back of a victory over Aston Villa.

The Verdict  

It is interesting to hear Reach discuss how he has been working on his shooting this season, as it is certainly an area of his game that has improved this season in a more advanced position.

Yesterday’s impressive strike set Wednesday up for victory, with the Owls finally returning to winning ways at the expense of Forest.

The club’s supporters will hope that the Boxing Day result was a sign that things are improving following Carvalhal’s exit.

Sheffield Wednesday fans… Let us know your thoughts!


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