Watch Wolves loanee Morgan Gibbs-White score with a sensational heel strike as Sheffield United beat Middlesbrough

MORGAN GIBBS-WHITE scored a wonderful goal as Chris Wilder went empty-handed at Bramall Lane.

Billy Sharp was the tormentor of the Middlesbrough boss in the first half as the Blades scored twice in the first two-minute span.

Morgan Gibbs-White makes a brilliant finish


Morgan Gibbs-White makes a brilliant finishCredit: Rex
The Wolves loanee celebrates their goal


The Wolves loanee celebrates their goalCredit: PA

First, the 36-year-old striker created the opening goal for United in the 23rd minute with a run and stretch, and finally, the striker let Sander Berge cross to finish from close range.

He later went home on his own after Gibbs-White stormed out to punish sloppy Boro.

Jack Robinson won number 3 in the 59th minute.

Arsenal loanee Folarin Balogun pulled back a goal after goalkeeper Wes Foderingham howled three minutes later.

But Gibbs-White’s daring heel strike added the ball to The Blades’ victory in the 79th minute.

The Wolves loanee somehow twisted their bodies to fire in Ben Osborn’s cross from the right for his ninth goal in an impressive season.

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Sanders Berge celebrates Blades' opening goal


Sanders Berge celebrates Blades’ opening goalCredit: Rex

Wilder had previously received a warm welcome from home fans on his first return since leaving the club a year ago.

That’s the least he deserves after taking them from League One to the Premier League.

The win moves Sheffield United to fifth while Boro drops to eighth – but they are still just two points outside of the top six.

After a dull start, Sharp crossed the left line and crossed.

Goalkeeper Joe Lumley could barely touch Dael Fry’s back and the ball fell beautifully for Berge to shoot from close range. And the home team took a 2-0 lead in the blink of an eye.

Jonny Howson was held by Oliver Norwood in the middle of the field, while Gibbs-White rushed in to take possession of the ball in a flash. He drives forward before hurling a lovely pass for Sharp to cross into the house.

Gibbs-White exploded once more but his effort was thwarted by Foderingham.

Blades’ John Egan then headed wide from Conor Hourihane’s lovely cross.

Chris Wilder returns to Bramall Lane for the first time


Chris Wilder returns to Bramall Lane for the first timeCredit: PA
Billy Sharp throws his fists excitedly


Billy Sharp throws his fists excitedlyCredit: Rex

After the break, recommend Tim Robinson booked Sharp and Lee Peltier following a bag incident.

Robinson fell and was apparently helped by Sharp – who then fell backwards, carrying his rival Boro.

They squared off and got yelled at for behaving worse than your child normally would.

Boro thought they had regained a goal when Jones’ cross from the right was conceded at close range by Aaron Connolly – but the Republic of Ireland forward was offside.

Then Egan headed in the right position and Berge fired from 20 yards.

The points were in the pocket when Norwood’s deep corner was headed back by Egan for Robinson to score.

Boro had some hope when Foderingham slipped past trying to clear a back pass – Balogun took the gift.

In the 11th minute, Gibbs-White hit his heel uncomfortable after a pass from Ben Osborn.

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Home team celebrates Jack Robinson's goal


Home team celebrates Jack Robinson’s goalCredit: PA
Folarin Balogun scores his first goal for Boro


Folarin Balogun scores his first goal for BoroCredit: Getty Watch Wolves loanee Morgan Gibbs-White score with a sensational heel strike as Sheffield United beat Middlesbrough


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