The Owls’ Under-21s played out a 3-3 thriller against Crewe at Hillsborough on Tuesday afternoon.
Three times Wednesday led and three times the visitors hit back through an entertaining Development Squad affair.
Caolan Lavery opened the scoring in the first half with a penalty before Bradley Inman levelled for the Alex.
Lavery restored the advantage just after the resumption only for Crewe to reply almost instantly with a George Ray strike.
Jacques Maghoma looked to have sealed victory with the clock counting down but George Robertson fired a third equaliser with five minutes to go.
Owls coach Lee Bullen was far from pleased with the overall performance, citing the room for improvement both with and without the ball.
He said: “We are better than that and I am disappointed. We gave the ball away far too easily every time after we had scored.
“The concentration wasn’t what it should have been and the players have to talk more.
“Talking is a huge part of the game because communication is key. I’m looking at the younger players to come out of their shells more because if they are to progress in the game, that is what they will have to do.”