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Posted Tuesday, April 23rd 2019

Highlights: Sheffield Wednesday 2-0 Bristol City

Watch the key moments as City suffered an Easter Monday defeat at Sheffield Wednesday.

Barry Bannan fired a strike from 30 yards which sailed past Max O’Leary and a goal just before half-time from Lucas Joao gave City more work to do.

The Robins always looked to stretch their wings though and Jay Dasilva had the best of the first-half chances when he dribbled forward but shot inches wide, before whipping a cross off the far post.

Lee Johnson made attacking changes after the break but Owls goalkeeper Cameron Dawson produced two close-range stops to deny Famara Diédhiou and Josh Brownhill as they held on to the 2-0 scoreline.

City are next in action at Ashton Gate when they host Derby County in their final home fixture of the scheduled season next Saturday (April 27th, 3pm).

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