Barnsley 2-2 Sheff Utd

Darius Henderson scored two penalties to earn Sheffield United a draw at south Yorkshire rivals Barnsley and end a run of four straight defeats.
The Blades saw keeper Ian Bennett and defender Matt Kilgallon join their long injury list before Anderson de Silva's thunderbolt put Barnsley ahead. 
Henderson levelled after Luke Steele was adjudged to have fouled Ched Evans. 
Daniel Bogdanovic headed Barnsley back in front, but Henderson struck again when Adam Hammill tripped Kyle Walker.
Barnsley manager Mark Robins:

"To only draw a game like that after we've played so well is difficult to take. 
"We played really well. We passed the ball well and controlled the game for large parts. 
"It was a good game, a decent derby game. They've had a couple of chances, they've hit the woodwork, but they've been given the two penalties." 
Sheffield United manager Kevin Blackwell:
"I'm proud of the lads, but another game and two more injuries. 
"You can see we are chasing round having put square pegs in round holes. 

"My biggest praise is for Derek Geary who's been out for 18 months, knee rebuilt and I've had to put him in."