Sheffield Wednesday vs Charlton Athletic English FA Cup Match Report

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Simon Church scores Charlton Athletic's winner in their FA Cup fifth round tie against Sheffield Wednesday. Everyone was talking about the potential Sheffield derby and we went under the radar," said the Charlton manager, Chris Powell.


multan, punjab, Pakistan., February 26, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) - Simon Church scores Charlton Athletic's winner in their FA Cup fifth round tie against Sheffield Wednesday. Everyone was talking about the potential Sheffield derby and went under the radar," said the Charlton manager, Chris Powell. His side failed to read a script that promised the most glamorous meeting of Wednesday and United since the 1993 semi-final. Instead, the twist in the tale is a clash between a Blades side already mired in League One and a Charlton team flirting with demotion to the third tier.

 
Simon Church’s header and the heroics of goalkeeper Ben Hamer helped Charlton dash the hopes of a city as they prevailed 2-1 over Sheffield Wednesday and denied them an FA Cup quarter-final with bitter rivals Sheffield United.
While the prospect of a Steel City derby had captured the imagination of Owls and Blades fans alike, somebody forgot to tell Chris Powell and his team to stand aside to accommodate that rivalry.

Charlton, who started in a fluent uptempo fashion, took the lead via Callum Harriott’s left foot in the 22nd minute and despite being cheered on by a passionate Hillsborough crowd the weight of expectation appeared to be too much for the home team.
multan, punjab, Pakistan., February 26, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) - Simon Church scores Charlton Athletic's winner in their FA Cup fifth round tie against Sheffield Wednesday. Everyone was talking about the potential Sheffield derby and went under the radar," said the Charlton manager, Chris Powell. His side failed to read a script that promised the most glamorous meeting of Wednesday and United since the 1993 semi-final. Instead, the twist in the tale is a clash between a Blades side already mired in League One and a Charlton team flirting with demotion to the third tier.
 
Simon Church’s header and the heroics of goalkeeper Ben Hamer helped Charlton dash the hopes of a city as they prevailed 2-1 over Sheffield Wednesday and denied them an FA Cup quarter-final with bitter rivals Sheffield United.
While the prospect of a Steel City derby had captured the imagination of Owls and Blades fans alike, somebody forgot to tell Chris Powell and his team to stand aside to accommodate that rivalry.
 
Charlton, who started in a fluent uptempo fashion, took the lead via Callum Harriott’s left foot in the 22nd minute and despite being cheered on by a passionate Hillsborough crowd the weight of expectation appeared to be too much for the home team.
 
Leon Best’s 57th-minute equaliser brought a raucous cacophony of noise that unnerved the visitors and briefly threatened a turnaround. However, Church’s 65th-minute headed goal ensured that Charlton progressed, much to the chagrin of the Wednesday manager, Stuart Gray.
 
There’s nothing positive, it’s the worst 45 minutes I’ve been involved in at the football club, and looked nervous, and couldn’t get the ball down and play and they bossed it. and missed a great opportunity.
 
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