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Norwich sink Birmingham with early flurry to return to winning ways

first_img 5 6 Share on Facebook 4 Godfrey Share on Messenger 12 Lewis Norwich Match stats Possession 10 Jutkiewicz 23 McLean (s 39′) 12 Dean Championship 22 Solomon-Otabor Fouls Share on Twitter (s 61′) 6 Norwich Off target 4 Birmingham 4 Norwich On target 4 Birmingham 17 Emi 8 Gardner 37 Aarons 8 Vrancic (s 90′) Birmingham City 19 Trybull 18 Stiepermann 34 66 27 Trueman 25 Hernandez Norwich moved back into second place and to within a point of Leeds at the top of the Championship last night after beating Birmingham in a match that featured an early flurry of goals. 1 Camp 45 Harding Read more Lineups 6 Kieftenbeld 11 Rhodes 31 Hanley 24 Passlack BHM34NOR66% Share on WhatsApp Norwich City Birmingham (s 85′) 5 Colin 28 Morrison 9 Adams 11 Vassell 23 Jota 33 McGovern BHM NOR Corners 19 Maghoma 36 Cantwell Substitutes 7 Mahoney (s 71′) 32 Srbeny Goal attempts Substitutes 5 22 The best young players in the Championship this season The Fiver: sign up and get our daily football email. 25 Dacres-Cogley It was an impressive display from Norwich against robust opponents and gave them a first league win in five matches.Teemu Pukki, Norwich’s in-form Finnish striker, converted Jamal Lewis’s left-wing cross at the near post to put the home side in front with his 17th goal of the season but the lead lasted barely a minute as Che Adams beat Tim Krul at his near post with a fierce right-foot shot after finding space inside the area.It was Birmingham’s first attempt on goal but parity, too, was short-lived. In the 22nd minute Mario Vrancic restored Norwich’s advantage with a low, left-footed drive into Lee Camp’s bottom corner from outside the penalty area and within three minutes an unmarked Tom Trybull, enjoying a rare start, headed in an Emiliano Buendia corner from six yards to score his first league goal of the season. Topics 22 Pukki 1 Krul 3 Pedersen match reports Share on Pinterest (s 56′) 6 Zimmermann Share on LinkedIn Share via Email 20 Gardner Buoyed by the two-goal cushion, Daniel Farke’s side began to knock the ball around with confidence but the visitors survived the rest of the half unscathed and almost pulled one back shortly after the break when Adams shot narrowly past a post.Norwich, however, remained in control and Camp showed agility to palm away a curling effort from the substitute Todd Cantwell. Birmingham rallied late on, forcing a succession of corners in the closing minutes but, despite the threat from Adams’ muscular presence, Norwich held out.The defeat meant Garry Monk’s side slipped to ninth in the table. Reuse this contentlast_img read more

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