Sheffield Wednesday grabbed the initiative in the Sky Bet Championship play-off against Brighton by winning the semi-final first leg 2-0. Air Max 95 Blanche Pas Cher . Ross Wallace and Kieran Lee netted the goals on a dramatic night at Hillsborough, where Brighton lost Tomer Hemed, Steve Sidwell, Conor Goldson and Anthony Knockaert all to injuries and had to play the last 30 minutes with 10-men after making all their substitutions.It could have been worse for Brighton, who only missed out on automatic promotion on goal difference, as Wednesday had a Fernando Forresteri goal disallowed for offside, 30 seconds after the referee had originally given the goal. The atmosphere inside Hillsborough at kick-off was electric with many calling this Sheffield Wednesdays biggest game since the League Cup final in 1993.Wednesday were at it from the first whistle. Sheffield Wednesdays Ross Wallace scores the opening goal against Brighton Wallace tested David Stockdale with a rasping 25 yard effort before Brightons Hemed hit the post with a brave header from an Anthony Knockaert corner.On 19 minutes, Wednesday had the ball in the net but it was controversially disallowed, 30 seconds after it was given. Carvalhal urges caution Sheffield Wednesday 2-0 Brighton: Carlos Carvalhal and Chris Hughton reaction A long punt forward was missed by Gary Hooper and found its way through to Forestieri, who had been standing in an offside position from the original kick. He held off a challenge and finished into the bottom corner. He ran off celebrating but the linesman and his assistant disallowed the goal for offside as Hooper had not touched the ball. Kieran Lee and Fernando Forestieri joined David Craig after their 2-0 victory over Brighton in the Championship play-off semi-final Even the stadium announcer announced the goal such was the delay in the officials coming to a decision. Brightons top scorer Hemed hobbled off with a hamstring injury on 38 minutes and was followed almost immediately by centre-back Godson minutes later, who was replaced by Liam Rosenior.The reshuffle caused Brighton to sit deeper than usual for the remainder of the half and Wednesday took advantage. Sheffield Wednesdays Daniel Pudil (right) and Brightons Anthony Knockaert battle in midfield Wallace picked the ball up near the halfway line and drove at the Brighton defence. He pulled back his left foot and fired a powerful effort beyond Stockdale from 30 yards. Hillsborough erupted.Things got progressively worse for Brighton after the break. Sidwell limped off on 49 minutes as manager Chris Hughton was forced into his last change. Then, unbelievably - or not so on Friday 13th - Knockaert hit the deck holding his ankle and was stretchered from the field meaning Brighton had to play the last half hour with 10-men. Carlos Carvalhal was very happy after Sheffield Wednesday’s 2-0 victory over Brighton in the Championship play-off semi-final Wednesday took full control of the game from that moment and doubled their lead on 73 minutes through one of their unsung heroes. Lee finished off a brilliant move with a cool low finish after Forestieris clever ball took three Brighton defenders out of the game. Brighton lost four players through injury including Anthony Knockaert as they lost 2-0 at Hillsborough Wednesday hunted a third and Brighton tried to hang on. To their credit they defended resolutely to keep the tie within reach but this was to be Wednesdays night. No team in Championship play-off history has overturned a 2-0 deficit from the first-leg. Brighton have it all to do on Monday. Air Max 270 Homme . 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Now were focusing on six individual transfers who are starting over at their new schools.---CANYON BARRY, FLORIDA (Former school: College of Charleston)Barry, the son of Hall of Famer Rick Barry, averaged 19.7 points per game last season at College of Charleston before a shoulder injury ended his season prematurely. He had three performances of 30-plus points. The 6-foot-6 guard signed with Florida as a graduate transfer and is studying nuclear engineering. Barry scored 11 points last week in an exhibition victory over Division II Eckerd. Florida also added Virginia Tech transfer Jalen Hudson in the offseason, but he wont be eligible to play for the Gators until 2017-18.---MARCUS FOSTER, CREIGHTON (Former school: Kansas State)Foster, a 6-foot-3 junior guard, led Kansas State in scoring each of his two seasons with the Wildcats before transferring to Creighton. Foster averaged 15.5 points in 2013-14 and 12.5 points in 2014-15. Although he played only two seasons at Kansas State, he ranks 10th in that schools history in 3-pointers (138) and 3-point percentage (.373). He sat out last season due to NCAA transfer rules. Creighton also added Syracuse transfer Kaleb Joseph during the offseason, but he wont be eligible to play for the Bluejays until 2017-18.---L.G. GILL, MARYLAND (Former school: Duquesne)Gill arrives at Maryland as a graduate transfer after averaging 10.1 points and a team-high 6.5 rebounds at Duquesne last season. Thhe 6-foot-8 forward averaged 6. Air Max 98 TOUR Yellow Homme 640744-105. 9 points and 4.1 rebounds in 2014-15. His experience should boost a Maryland team that returns only one starter from last season and features six freshmen.---TERRY LARRIER, CONNECTICUT (Former school: VCU)Larrier averaged 6.6 points and 18.5 minutes in his lone season at VCU before transferring. The 6-foot-8 sophomore guard/forward missed the 2015-16 season due to NCAA transfer rules. Larrier was in the starting lineup and had 14 points and seven rebounds Sunday in an exhibition victory over New Haven. He has enough versatility to play either small forward or power forward.---AUSTIN NICHOLS, VIRGINIA (Former school: Memphis)Nichols averaged 3.4 blocks per game to rank third among all Division I players in 2014-15 with Memphis. He also averaged 13.3 points and 6.1 rebounds that season and earned first-team all-American Athletic Conference honors. Nichols, a 6-foot-9 junior forward, sat out last season due to NCAA transfer rules. Nichols will make his Virginia debut a little later than expected, as he was suspended from the Nov. 11 opener with UNC Greensboro due to a violation of team rules.---ERIC PASCHALL, VILLANOVA (Former school: Fordham)Paschall was the Atlantic 10 rookie of the year in 2014-15, as he averaged a team-high 15.9 points as well as 5.5 rebounds in his lone season at Fordham. 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