Coventry City suffered a first defeat in nine games as Tony Pulis claimed his first win as Sheffield Wednesday boss.
The only goal of the game was scored by Wednesday in the 67th minute as Tom Lees headed in from a Barry Bannan free-kick.
The visitors attempted to equalise instantly. Leo Ostigard headed into the side netting after Westwood kept out Amadou Bakayoko.
Ben Wilson kept the score at 1-0 in the 89th minute, standing his ground when one on one with Josh Windass.
Here’s a look at what Sky Blues fans made of the result on Twitter.
Mark Smith : As disappointing as today’s defeat is, if someone said offered us 18th position by Christmas I’d be happy with that. Robins has done an unbelievable job and we need to back him and the players. I’m optimistic that we will stay up this year.
Stuart Taylor: Today was an awful result but I really hope all the players get home and have a well earned rest over this week with your families, you have been amazing
Nick Rogers : We have a league one squad. Masses of injuries, awful pitch, a big physical outfit and 2nd lowest budget. Was always gonna be a big ask.
Naomi Burke: Frustrated and disappointed with the result but it must be just as frustrating/disappointing for the lads. I still love them. Time to rest/train/regroup
Cameron Cairns : Must not let that loss rattle us. Time to move on hopefully bounce back. Stoke on Boxing Day will not be easy at all, a side who’s knocking on the door of the play-offs under Michael O’Neill in 7th. A positive result would be massive. Godden and Hamer being back is great.
Ben Bailey : Stonewall pen not given, one off the line, hit the post, was just one of those days, game was crying out for Hamer, can’t be too disappointed with the recent run of form however.
Harry Chatterway : Very disappointing today but some of our fans need to calm down, it’s just one loss. We need to back Robins and the players, no point getting on certain players back (Bakayoko, Shipley, Allen, Sheaf). Time to move on to next Saturday.
Thomas Murden: The unbeaten run was going to come to an end &, in all fairness, it was bound to fizzle out like that. Our biggest worry is that we don’t seem to have any attacking intent without wing backs and no direction in midfield without Kelly or Hamer. Thank god there’s no game Tues!