Sunderland narrowly beat Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 of their League One play-off semi-final first leg, in entrance of a record-breaking crowd on the Stadium of Light.
44,742 have been in attendance to see Ross Stewart rating the one objective of the sport – a document attendance for an EFL play-off semi-final.
Despite this being a third-tier tie, they beat the present document set by Aston Villa and West Brom within the Championship play-offs at Villa Park in 2019.
The two ex-Premier League sides are simply a few the massive golf equipment in League One this season, with ginormous fanbases to match.
Despite ending above the Black Cats within the League One desk, Sheffield Wednesday have been disappointing and struggled to create, as their star man Barry Bannan was marked out of the sport.
But, regardless of their underwhelming show, former Sunderland and Sheffield Wednesday man Micky Gray believes it’s nonetheless all to play for in entrance of one other large crowd at Hillsborough on Monday.
“This game is, without a doubt, still in the balance,” Gray instructed talkSPORT.
“Sheffield Wednesday had possibilities within the second half however Sunderland have been the higher crew all through a lot of the sport – they’ve now acquired to go to Hillsborough on Monday.
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“Darren Moore will know his side needs to put in a better performance and they need to show these fans how good they’ve been this season.”
He added: “It’s going to be an enormous recreation on Monday and the travelling followers have to make a noise, in any other case this recreation may flip.
“Hillsborough will be rocking on Monday.”