Mac helps Bees sting Owls

Charlie MacDonald's goal ended Sheffield Wednesday's unbeaten start to the League One season as Brentford won 1-0.

Last Updated: 05/09/10 at 14:40

MacDonald: Match-winner for Bees

MacDonald: Match-winner for Bees

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MacDonald struck five minutes before the interval when he collected Craig Woodman's cross, swivelled and tucked a low shot past Nicky Weaver and into the net on Sunday.

The Bees were previously without a win but fully deserved all three points.

Robbie Simpson had a shot cleared off the line by Mark Beevers and also struck the crossbar with a dipping volley, while Weaver pulled off a fine save to keep out substitute Nicky Adams' fierce drive.

Marcus Tudgay came closest for Wednesday but his shot was comfortably saved by Ben Hamer.

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