Loads of Sunderland fans have been running the rule over Wednesday’s action, as Jack Ross’ side produced a wonderfully professional performance to move back into third.
After playing 120 minutes and losing by one missed penalty kick at Wembley on Sunday, the Black Cats may have been forgiven for not looking quite at their best when they visited Accrington Stanley on Wednesday.
They were about as close to perfection as you could possibly get though, winning 3-0 with a thorough, professional and most importantly clinical display.
They took the lead early on when Aiden McGeady produced another moment of magic with a stunning free kick, and the hosts rarely threatened before Will Grigg made it 2-0.
It was no different after the break either, and Kazaiah Sterling added a goal of his own late on.
While he wasn’t on the score-sheet, fans are delighted with the performance of Charlie Wyke, who has been scapegoated often this season having struggled to make an impact on Wearside.
He was physically dominant, tenacious and provided exactly the presence Grigg has been missing besides him. Quite simply, the hosts had absolutely no idea how to deal with him.
You can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below, where fans are changing their tune about the summer signing…
If Charlie Wyke could finish he’d be the English reincarnation of Robert Lewandowski.
— Joe (@JoeHay_) April 3, 2019
Charlie Wyke is allergic to scoring but he had a very good game tonight
— Ben Pitcairn (@BenPitcairn) April 3, 2019
Couldn't believe what I was watching tonight, Charlie wyke played brilliantly, maybe that proper strike partner is what hes needed, amazing work rate ?⚪
— Aidan Armstrong ? (@FluOreSCeNtCxNT) April 3, 2019
Charlie Wyke is going to start banging them in, I just know it!
— Jade ? (@JaydeeBurrell) April 3, 2019
McGeouch and Wyke balanced the team brilliantly tonight. Denver Hume deserves to keep his place. There's no time for favourites now https://t.co/LSfM0enjzB
— Matt (@MattvSAFC) April 3, 2019
Charlie Wyke was quality tonight , hold up play was brilliant , linked play very well only thing that was missing was the finish #SAFC
— Josh Bunting (@Buntingfootball) April 3, 2019
Charlie Wyke ran his socks off tonight hope he starts to notch he needs a break
— Ian Willis (@wllsin) April 3, 2019
— Mackemdno (@mackemdno) April 3, 2019