Sheffield Wednesday fans slam Keiren Westwood for what he did after the final whistle in the 0-0 draw with Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
The Owl’s chances of avoiding relegation from the Championship remain in the balance after they were held to a bore draw at Hillsborough.
There were few clear-cut chances in a tight encounter, though Lewis Grabban missed the game’s best chance when he saw his penalty saved by the Wednesday keeper, who had given away the spot-kick after a foul on Anthony Knockaert.
The stalemate means Darren Moore’s men move three points from safety, though their relegation to League One which they knew would be confirmed that afternoon if Derby avoid defeat against Swansea. Forest, meanwhile, climbed above Birmingham into 16th in the Championship table.
As soon as the full time whistle blew, Sheffield Wednesday fans and those of other clubs were quick to slam Keiren Westwood for what he did after the final whistle whilst other Owls players were slamming their fists against the pitch in frustration at knowing what that result possibly meant. Harsh considering he saved a penalty, or should he still be reeling with the result?
@TrapitJon: Westwood laughing after the game. Monk has never been so right #swfc
@DPellegrina93: Westwood looked happy at final whistle
@Dannysmith1867: Westwood anorl laughing the absolute bellend hang your head in fucking shame you rat
@JSimmo200: Westwood pissing himself after whistle
@all_wednesday: Westwood laughing at the end of the match just sums up everything wrong with these players and this club #swfc
@yeh_good_thanks: Westwood laughing and grinning at the end was poor. Very few of that lot give a shit.
@WIDDY35: Westwood at the end smiling sums it up for me too many financially secure old players who couldn’t care less if we go down #wawaw don’t deserve it though on that performance
@DerbyFanSteve: Nah if Westwood was my player I’d be raging 😂 #swfc
@sweds1867: Westwood asking around laughing his head off. Not one of one of them gives a shit. Means nothing to them.
@ellufc: keiren westwood walking around with a massive smile on his face is a bold choice given the circumstances
@tinyconroy28: westwood smiling and laughing with the forest players like we’ve just made the top 6 lovely to see 👍🏼 #swfc
@JonOwls1867: Great to see Westwood laughing and hugging all the Forest players at the end. Can’t wait to see the back of him #SWFC
@ReeceDaviesSWFC: Just look at Westwood laughing and joking here after the game. Sums up our club from top to bottom. #Swfc
@pads1996: He looks gutted Westwood…
@sawyer_macca: “The players look really disappointed” are you kidding I’ve never seen Keiren fucking Westwood look so happy
@YOLO8976: Westwood can get fucked now for me, smiling at full time and hugging forest players. Wanker #swfc
@bnewton99: Westwood smiling after that. Pathetic.
@JordanW25: Westwood looks gutted we didn’t take three points… #SWFC
@DPellegrina93: Westwood’s fucking buzzing! #swfc
@dingdinghopkin: Kieron Westwood smiling away after the game when he knows they are all but down. That is lacking any sort of respect for #swfc who will all be sat staring at the screen, gutted
@Harrogate_Owl: You can tell the atmosphere in the dressing room is good and the players aren’t down………. I mean the way Westwood was going round smiling, laughing and joking with the Forest players at the end shows his attitude!! #SWFC
@Martyn_Davis: Well Westwood looks reet bothered. Smiling away with Forest players at the end. Says it all really #swfc
@JBH_swfc: Westwood laughing and joking with Forest players, if that Moses or Reach it’s all over social media #swfc
@LewisHastie: Nice to see Westwood laughing and joking after we’ve failed to win a must win game #swfc
@MatlockBlade: Did you see Westwood swanning around, grinning like a Cheshire cat after the full time whistle?!?! I’d be fucking furious.
7.2 – Westwood
6.7 – Paterson
7.1 – Börner
7.3 – Hutchinson
6.8 – Palmer
6.7 – Reach
6.4 – Green
6.9 – Pelupessy
6.8 – Bannan
6.8 – Harris
7.1 – Windass
6.8 – Rhodes (sub)
8.2 – Samba
7.5 – Christie
7.2 – Worrall
7.0 – McKenna
7.5 – Ribeiro
7.1 – Yates
6.7 – Garner
6.8 – Knockaert
6.8 – Cafú
6.2 – Krovinovic
5.9 – Grabban
5.9 – Mighten (sub)
6.0 – Taylor (sub)
Sheffield Wednesday assistant boss Jamie Smith said: “It looked like the occasions got to us. It was a great save from Westy for the penalty.
“We will have to wait and see what happens later today.”
On favours elsewhere: “Hopefully results do go for us today. We went with the team we thought would win the gam.”
On individual errors: “It’s very frustrating. Fortunately today it didn’t lead to us conceding goals.”
On Darren Moore: “Potentially he might be back in the stands for Derby. He’s still across everything.”